Are you sure?
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There are so many and such complex ones to be made. Most people make several every day, and Hamlet's "to be, or not to be" quandary may seem elementary to heads of state, judges and jury members, modern business executives who must select equipment costing millions, and even family shoppers who have to pick their way through the multiple options of the supermarket. "If only there were an infallible intelligence I could consult" is a frequent longing.
Christian Science maintains that there is such an intelligence. It reveals God to be divine, omniscient Mind and man to be God's manifestation, eternally one with Him. So, whatever our problem, we can always look to Him for guidance. When we have to decide what, which, who, when, or where—no matter how big or small the issue may be—we should feel confident that God, Mind, infinite intelligence, can show us the solution.
But how do we qualify for this direction?
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Protecting the River of Our Thoughts
J. THOMAS BLACK
Sorcery and Superstition, or Science?
"LET THIS MIND BE IN YOU"
Kathryn Ainsworth Grover
Are You Praying to Win?
EDWARD B. LYNCH
Are Our Children God's Children to Us?
Obedience Shows the Way
CONSTANCE MARIE CURLING
God's Plan for You
ELAINE H. NATALE
Frank Wins the Prize
Lorraine Walters Stimac
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Regeneration and healing!
Juan Carlos Escursell
My gratitude for Christian Science goes very deep
Janet Patricia Fitzer
May this testimony in some small way express my gratitude and...
Mary Lucile Robeson
At one time, while running backward to chase a tennis ball...
Kathrine Van Slambrouck
Gratefully I can say many healings have come to me and to my...
Lilian S. Holleman
Letters to the Press
Paul D. Hutchins