VACATION DAYS

For the Christian Scientist, vacation days are more than an intermission from his usual work or occupation. They are periods which can be used to bring him a spiritual sense of refreshment and activity. They can be days of unfolding good, of growth in character and achievement, and bring to the individual a true sense of rest, inspiration, and accomplishment.

In pursuing his daily duties, the Christian Scientist looks to God for right direction and activity and for happy, harmonious, constructive relationships, knowing that His ever-present and unerring law will guide and support him in all his ways. In fact, the wise Christian Scientist may well begin every day with the same prayer which Christ Jesus used (Luke 22:42), "Not my will, but thine, be done." A quiet period of prayerful study and the recognition of one's harmonious relation to God and to His ordered universe of spiritual ideas are important factors in one's vacation days. They lead to a greater enjoyment and unfoldment of constructive activity.

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THE FULLNESS OF CHRISTIAN FORGIVENESS
June 27, 1959
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