Scarce or abundant?

God's infinite resources are as near as prayer—and more plentiful than whatever problems we may face.

[Original in Spanish]

Throughout history, since the most remote times, humanity has struggled bravely against illness, poverty, ignorance, war, corruption. Nevertheless, the simple reading of a current newspaper shows that we continue facing these same basic problems today. Why haven't there been lasting solutions? Perhaps the answer is that mankind has looked for them in materiality—by trying to accumulate matter, fix matter, create or destroy matter. But whatever is material, however excellent it may appear, is always limited, fallible, and incomplete. Permanent, definitive solutions are found only as we increasingly put our affairs under the direction of God, divine Mind, under the government of good. Then we avoid mistakes; and things come about in progressively harmonious, fair, and efficient ways.

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