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How Love "gets through"
The Christian Science Monitor
Television's haunting picture of hunger in Africa has called the world's attention to the great need there. Many have been prodded to give generously of their time, money, and prayer. But on the surface it may seem to many people that in large degree the power of Love, of God, is not being felt, is not "getting through."
Concerned, praying individuals everywhere, mindful of the Bible's admonition "Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask amiss," James 4:3. long to improve their prayer and see a resolution to both the immediate crisis and the long-term needs.
Christian Science maintains that this is indeed possible. What's needed is a clearer view of spiritual reality, of the truth of God's creation. And that involves going beyond the visible evidence.
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