Supply and expression

The squirrels like to tease our young beagle. They scamper from branch to branch and then watch, fluffing their tails, while he barks furiously up the wrong tree. When we believe that a person, a position, or a paycheck is what meets our needs, we too are "barking up the wrong tree." We're letting ourselves be tricked into believing that our good depends on sources and conditions outside ourselves.

Christian Science reveals that our sufficiency of good, our true supply, is not limited by external factors, because it is spiritual—the kingdom of heaven already within us. Our supply consists of the full range of divine ideas. As the image and likeness of God, each of us, in reality, already includes these ideas.

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