God's Day Is Good Unfolding

Many of us are becoming increasingly burdened with the pressure of material duties, responsibilities, business competition, and the accelerated tempo of human activity in the twenty-four-hour period we call our day. We are striving for that more relaxed completion of our duties that would lead to a peaceful, ordered existence. But too often we are simply overwhelmed by lack of time.

Mrs. Eddy, whose remarkable record of achievement for the Cause of Christian Science demonstrated her dominion over the limitations of time, has this to say about the day in which the belief of materiality and pressured mortal existence is yielding to the consciousness of divinely controlled, peaceful spiritual existence: "The objects of time and sense disappear in the illumination of spiritual understanding, and Mind measures time according to the good that is unfolded. This unfolding is God's day, and 'there shall be no night there.'" Science and Health, p. 584; Isn't this a beautiful thought with which to begin each new day—that every moment is a gift from God, and that His divine plan of unlimited good is unfolding for each one of us?

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FROM THE WILDERNESS
November 14, 1970
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