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True safety is where God is; therefore it is always available and at hand. "The Lord thy God in the midst of thee is mighty; he will save," declared Zephaniah (3:17). True safety, then, is spiritual and is not dependent upon so-called matter or material conditions.
As one increasingly realizes his unity with God as the son of God, His expression, he experiences an ever greater degree of harmony and safety in his daily affairs. This understanding of man's relationship to God is an eternal safeguard to the traveler and a comfort to his loved ones.
When understood, the spiritual fact concerning the safety forever existing in God's realm operates as a law to mankind. God's law is invulnerable, uninterruptible, absolute, and ever present. This truth realized annihilates mesmeric suggestions, such as possibilities of mechanical failure, human error, quirks of circumstance, or the element of chance, which may seek entrance into individual human experience.
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ARE WE WAITING FOR THE MOVING OF THE WATER?
PAUL H. EAMES
Florence M. Patterson
THE ANGELS OF TRUTH AND LOVE
MYRTLE A. CASH
THOMAS O. POYSER
"WHEN HE SHALL APPEAR, WE SHALL BE LIKE HIM"
EMMA O. DEWEY
GOD'S LAW MUST BE WRITTEN IN OUR HEARTS
OLIVE M. FLOREA
THE TRUE BASIS
WILFRED S. THORPE
THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUSTING GOD
ABBY PERKINS BURNSIDE
OUR COURSE HEAVENWARD
John J. Selover
I turned to Christian Science for...
Lucille T. Theroux
It has been said, "Man's extremity...
George Francis Langlois
It is with sincere gratitude for...
Dorothy B. Baker
When I first turned to Christian Science,...
Elizabeth Lindsay Tucher
For the glorious gift of Christian Science...
Marcia Lee Beardsell
About forty years ago I was invited...
Jeanette Hecht Marquard
For more than fifty years Christian Science...
Elbert A. Hammett
Through Christian Science I was...
Ethel Mae G. Lambert
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