Close the Door on Yesterday's Problems

Why do so many people hold on to the past? They can neither change it nor relive it. Even a moment ago is in the past. It is over. One may as well let it go and enjoy the good the present holds.

Knowing that right now belongs to God, one can find it lovely and harmonious. One can expect and accept its joyous promises and have his needs fulfilled, or he can allow himself to be mesmerized into fretting over past sorrows, a fretting injurious to his well-being. How many happy hours can be lost doing the latter!

NEXT IN THIS ISSUE
Article
SPIRITUALIZING THOUGHT
January 5, 1974
Contents

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.

Submit