Choosing wisely

Human living involves many choices. And because mortals appear to embody both good and evil, their choices are not really clear-cut between total, final right and total, final wrong. In the collective arena, for example, it's no longer a question of whether the world will have atomic weapons. The question now is, How will we manage them? In individual experience, too, we face many issues of what is the better choice under human circumstances—such as the issues of where to live or what kind of work to do.

The working out of human decisions often involves factors that imply an ongoing chain of choice and sometimes concession. Still, the choices and concessions we make need not contradict the guidance we gain from divine Principle, God. If we let our lives be governed through scientific prayer, unchanging Principle will direct our steps. The healing work, the crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension of Christ Jesus show beyond a doubt that evil is a false sense that can be eliminated progressively through choosing good and growing spiritually; that evil is actually unreal because God, good, is real; and that man in truth is wholly spiritual and indestructible.

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BIBLE NOTES Pullout Section
September 26, 1983
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