Undefeated

A city newspaper's printing schedule was recently seriously disrupted by machine breakdowns and staff shortages. About ninety minutes before the final deadline, the distraught printing manager advised the editor in charge: "The paper is going to be anything up to an hour late. There is nothing we can do about it."

It was a disturbing report, for it meant the loss of major distribution connections and considerable extra financial cost. The editor, who was a Christian Scientist, returned to his office, not willing to accept the diagnosis. Humanly, there was nothing he could do to speed the work. But he could and did pray—not for a miracle but for a clearer understanding of the reality of the situation, of God, divine Spirit, and of man as His spiritual offspring.

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