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One of the most practical pieces of equipment you need when seeking employment is a clear sense of being already employed. And you can have such a sense without mere wishful or positive thinking. God gives us the sense of working for Him. Scientifically speaking, His employment of man is the only employment anyone really has. Even when we are feeling secure in a satisfying job, God is our real employer. And you can gain a sense of your real employment whether or not you appear outwardly to have a job.
When you go for an interview, take your sense of being employed by God along with you. Then instead of a test to see whether or not you will be hired, your interview becomes part of your real job. The one interviewing you is seeking someone who will best fill a position in his organization. He needs help in finding that someone—and you are in a position to help him.
As God's idea, which is what man is, you express the qualities of the divine Mind. God is Principle; so you express originality, resourcefulness, integrity. God is Spirit; so you reflect spiritual discernment, spiritual understanding. God is Love; so you manifest the gracious love that identifies Love's idea. These are qualities with which you can be of service to your interviewer.
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Reflecting Divine Power
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
As Natural as Sunrise
JUDITH H. HEDRICK
MICHAEL PETER WATSON
What Is Soul?
FLORENCE E. BERG
You Don't Have to Accept Trouble!
Class Instruction-Are We Too Young?
By a recent college graduate
Following the Plow
GLENNA GOLDEN WOLLAM
OUR DAILY CHRISTMAS
John Among the Wolves
Eleanor Young Clapp
Carl J. Welz
A Healing Recognition
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Christian Science came into my life...
Winifred Anne Benton
With much gratitude I submit the following healings
Meta L. Holley
Last winter, while my parents were out of the house, I suddenly...
I am profoundly grateful for the blessings my family and I have...
Winding C. Webster with contributions from K. Bruce Webster
Letters to the Press
Arthur R. Davies