"I fill a place, I know't"

The title's words are Shakespeare's, fitting the character of the wise and beloved old king in All's Well that Ends Well. All's Well that Ends Well, Act I, scene 2 . But I've often thought of them in a deeper sense, as stating a timeless fact that can be proved in Christian Science.

Scientifically speaking, we do each hold a place in God's spiritual kingdom, and we can know it. Our Father, our intelligent source, is God. We should increase our trust and confidence in His never-ending ability to provide justly for each of His children. His guidance enables us to use our God-given abilities in ways that best serve Him.

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