Ebenezer experiences dispel fear

Events can be made to serve the overcoming of fear, rather than the building of it. There are things we can do to reap confidence and courage from every occurrence. Even unhappy ones can teach us lessons. "Experience is victor," Mrs. Eddy tells us, "never the vanquished; and out of defeat comes the secret of victory." Miscellaneous Writings, p. 339;

If there is something legitimate to do, and we refuse because we are afraid, we are serving fear. Obeying fear, we forfeit the experiences that destroy it.

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