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MORE THAN ENOUGH
Most Christians will accept the proposition that God is infinitely good. And yet many will also accept the suggestion that they are not receiving as much good as they need. The world of human thinking is shouting continually its cry of lack: lack of peace, supply, honesty, health, happiness, holiness, purity, as well as lack of eternal life.
The answer of Christian Science to this insistent, mesmeric argument is simple and effective. Since God is infinite and is good, there is no place where God, good, is not. Hence there is no lack, even as there is no darkness in a building in which there is a light that shines into every corner. God is omnipresent, omnipotent, infinite. The infinite and the finite cannot dwell together.
Someone may say: "That is a fine theory, but it does not work out in practice. Surely it is obvious that there are deficiencies in our human living. Some people don't have enough to live on; you can't get away from it."
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GRATITUDE, HEAVEN'S LIGHT AND LENS
ANN CLARK OOSTING
THE CONTINUITY OF GOOD
BENJAMIN STURGIS PRAY
KNOWING AND LIVING THE TRUTH
"THE LINE OF DEMARCATION"
GLANVILLE OWEN MUSCHETT
THE REIGN OF TRUTH, LIFE, AND LOVE
TRUE EXPRESSION DISPELS DEPRESSION
EVELYN MAY DRENNAN
MORE THAN ENOUGH
THOMAS B. MILLAR
"AND LOVE IS REFLECTED IN LOVE"
ZEMMA REDDING DOBSON
WE HAVE NO ENEMIES
GOD IN OUR MIDST
Helen Wood Bauman
LETTERS TO THE PRESS FROM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION
with contributions from Robert H. Mitchell
I am most grateful for the help I...
Raymond H. Thompson
About fifty years ago, my parents...
Sadie Shantz with contributions from Emma N. Stuedler
I have always found the testimonies...
Florence M. Massena
In the Christian Science textbook,...
Isobel Fleming Swan
In 1944, I was in Florida working...
Kathlynn M. A. W. Fast
About two and a half years ago...
Ethel P. Harrison
"Seek ye first the kingdom of...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Carl H. Olson