Are you sure?
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"This way or that way?" "Now or later?" "Shall I or not?" Many times a day it seems we must decide. Often we are willing to let God's will be done. We want to do what is right. But what is God's will? Which of the alternatives before us is right? Can we be sure of making the correct choice?
The law of God governs the minutiae of the spiritual universe. God's ideas never have the need to make decisions. They always are divinely directed. When we understand God's law, and know it to be supreme in the human realm as well as in the divine, the worry is taken out of deciding what course we should follow in our daily human affairs. We too can expect to be divinely guided.
There is no uncertainty in God, the divine, all-knowing Mind, or in the universe that He has created. God is infinitely intelligent, and He directs all His ideas with unerring wisdom. Divine Science establishes that God's law is always, in reality, in operation. His spiritual universe, and every object in it, is invariably under His infallible government. Mary Baker Eddy writes in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, "The real jurisdiction of the world is in Mind, controlling every effect and recognizing all causation as vested in divine Mind." Science and Health, p. 379;
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