Meeting Every Human Need

"Each individual must demonstrate for himself that divine Love meets his needs"

WHEN one unfamiliar with the teachings of Christian Science is told that "divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need"—a statement made by Mrs. Eddy on page 494 of Science and Health—he may well be excused for saying: "That is too good to be true," or, perhaps, "Miracles don't happen today." Yet if he were to take up the study of Christian Science in earnest and read Science and Health with a genuine desire to understand its teachings, it would not be long before he would realize that this quoted statement is true because it defines the activity of God, eternal good, and that miracles to human sense are still happening.

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