Are you sure?
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Where do you stand?
Specialized training and an eagerness to serve—yet, satisfactory employment eludes you?
Regardless of the closed doors that seem to imply the world's indifference to you and your qualifications, your Father-Mother God knows where you are, and He needs you. As His child, your heritage is perfect place and pure purpose. Where? Right where you are!
God's omnipresence helps us understand this fact. Being All-in-all, He is always present—all that is present. We can, therefore, never be outside Him. Standing in God's perfect presence means being in our perfect place. Armed with this knowledge of our place in God, in Love, we can challenge the negative beliefs that we are unwanted, misplaced, or directionless. Our Father-Mother God is all-knowing Mind. We are His handiwork, continuously known by Him as intelligent, active, and purposeful. And since God is infinite Mind, there is no other mind to have knowledge of us, no other mind to render us needed or unneeded, wanted or unwanted. Christ Jesus affirmed this truth when he said, "All things are delivered unto me of my Father: and no man knoweth the Son, but the Father." Matt. 11:27;
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Innovate: should we or shouldn't we?
EDWIN G. LEEVER
Reading the signs
Lesson on selflessness
SUSAN M. SCHMELTZ
Loving away loneliness
HELEN R. CONROYD
Accept the healing truth
DONALD M. SWINNEY
Where do you stand?
DOROTHY SCHUBERT MATTHEWS
Gently as a bird lights . . .
NANCY L. HOLDER
NATHAN A. TALBOT
Protection from criminal mentality
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
Error tells on itself
Sandra Lynn Eastman
In mid-1970, I was on a ship off the California...
CARL E. KOCH
Gratitude and joy furnished the spiritual foundation for a recent...
CASTELLE C. MOREY
In 1974 I was an officer of an industrial company that was invited...
HELEN DILLEN MILLER
A number of years ago, my daughter and I were left alone
CAROLE LEWIS SOUTH with contributions from JOY PATIENCE LEWIS SOUTH, JAMES B. SOUTH
LETTERS TO THE PRESS
with contributions from DAVID W. BARTON, HOGARTH W. EASTMAN