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The Way of Escape
"Whither shall I go from thy spirit? or whither shall I flee from thy presence? If I ascend up into heaven, thou art there: if I make my bed in hell, behold, thou art there. If I take the wings of the morning, and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea; even there shall thy hand lead me, and thy right hand shall hold me." Ps. 139:7-10;
Thus sang the Psalmist, revealing the impossibility of our escape from God's loving care and the consequent possibility of our escape from anything contrary to God's bountiful provision for His children. This impossibility of escape from good and assurance of escape from seeming evil is part of the great message which Christian Science has brought to the human race.
The desire to escape arises from the belief that one is a prisoner. Prison walls may assume various forms: circumstances of birth, poor health, unpleasant environment. How is one to be liberated from such confining beliefs? There is only one way to manifest one's complete freedom from all such erroneous suggestions. It is to claim one's own true nature as the child of God, upright, free, and unconfined by the acceptance of any material suppositions.
EDNA MAY EVANS WHITE
Healing the Motive for Theft
The Way of Escape
Standing in Awe of God's Presence
WILLIAM J. EMERY
The Rule of Patience
HAROLD TAYLOR WEEKS
Honoring Our Parents
MARCEIL RUTH DeLACY
"PEACE ON EARTH"
Edgar Isaac Newgass
Alan A. Aylwin
The Substance of Reflection
William Milford Correll
Two days after the birth of our second child the medical report...
Shirley Ann Morris
In the midst of my business career I found myself unable to...
Ernest E. Lewitz with contributions from Virginia Movius Lewitz, Mary Elizabeth Rowland
With gratitude to God for Christ Jesus and for Mrs. Eddy,...
Dorothy M. Williams
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Harry Scott Rodney, M. Graham Clark