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No More Wanting
How much of mankind seems to be wanting something! Improved health, better jobs, acceptance by others, changed living conditions, peace—the list seems endless.
Some may feel that God has forgotten them. But reason tells us that God, who is Love and the source of all being, as the Bible teaches, does not forget His beloved creation. A Psalm says of Him, "Thou openest thine hand, and satisfiest the desire of every living thing." Ps. 145:16; The children of divine Love must have as their natural inheritance an abundance of good, fulfillment, and satisfaction.
What happened to the children of Israel during their wilderness wanderings each time they ceased fearing and complaining, acknowledged God's guidance, and were obedient to it? Their want was met. The Red Sea parted to enable them to pass through, they were fed with quail and manna, their thirst was quenched by pure water struck from a rock. Again and again it was proved that God, divine Spirit, was the source of supply for all their needs.
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"Arise up quickly"
ISABEL F. BATES
Reading Actively for Healing
CYRIL ALEXANDER BARBER
Gratitude for Knowing Better
GERTRUDE E. VELGUTH
Claiming Our True Inheritance
When the Past Is Present
ARLINE WALKER EVANS
Do You Know Where You Stand?
JAMES E. RAYNESFORD
No More Wanting
MARY JANE M. COLUMB
New Color Film of the Christian Science Center
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Doomsday Needn't Come
Alan A. Aylwin
It is with deep gratitude that I write this testimony....
Nora Lee Campbell with contributions from James P. Fulton, Mary Lou Fulton
It is with heartfelt gratitude to God, and for the understanding...
Hilda Jessie McKerihan with contributions from Valmai Elizabeth McKerihan
It is a joy to bear witness to the healing power of Christian Science,...
Albert E. Deacon with contributions from Dorothy H. Deacon