Inexhaustible Supply

There are few human activities upon which more thought and effort are expended than the attainment of adequate daily supply. But behind the mental and physical labor is too often a driving fear of insufficiency or failure. Seasonal fluctuations, economic hazards, and political transitions are generally accepted as influences, if not determiners, of individual income and success. Release from the pressure of personal inadequacy to cope with such circumstances is found proportionately as men grasp the scientific fact, taught by Christian Science, that the power of spiritualized thought is the most potent and effective regulator of human affairs.

The Apostle Paul had an unshakable conviction that the holy power of divinity is available to supply humanity with infinite good through the Christ, the expression of purity, spiritual power, and limitless love. He wrote to the church members at Philippi these encouraging words: "My God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus." Phil. 4:19;

Not some of their needs, but all of them! The outpouring abundance of good is based upon the unerring laws of divine Principle, or God, and is therefore never erratic, partial, or inadequate. The relationship between God and man as Principle and its idea ensures the equitable distribution of every quality needed to promote success, such as perception, judgment, industry, integrity, astuteness, and so on. No quality of Principle is beyond man's ability to reflect and express.

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Truly Seeing
October 17, 1970

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