It was an evening filled with expectancy of enjoyment and relaxation

It was an evening filled with expectancy of enjoyment and relaxation. My husband and I had plans to dine downtown and go on to the symphony. During the meal my husband mentioned that he felt strangely ill. He asked me to pray for him. I suggested we return home, but he declined and we continued on to the symphony.

Silently I turned to God in prayer. While the music played at the concert, it was natural to think of the harmony expressed through music. In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy we learn (p. 304), "Harmony in man is as beautiful as in music, and discord is unnatural, unreal." With firm conviction I acknowledged God's allness, perfection, and ever-presence. With equal firmness I denied that suffering has reality and that God's man can be the victim of sin, sickness, or death.

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