The Fruit of Restoration

Through the ages people have found themselves in frequent need of restoration. For some, the need is for a return of health—of mobility, sight, hearing. For others, the need is for restoration of a proper sense of activity or of supply.

We can turn to God when we need restoration. When the Psalmist spoke of God, he said, "He restoreth my soul." Ps. 23:3; Mary Baker Eddy interprets this line as "[Love] restoreth my soul [spiritual sense]." Science and Health, p. 578; The Psalmist continues: "He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake." Truly, Love does restore us through leading us to take the proper steps that we may glorify God. Spiritual growth is essential to our full restoration.

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