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A life free of chance

Announcer: This is The Herald of Christian Science, produced by The Christian Science Publishing Society in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Pat: My name is Patricia O'Brien.

Wanjohi: And mine is Wanjohi King'ori. It seems to me that no matter what occupation one might have, the idea of chance and probability can appear to make life very difficult. That's why we have to look to God for certainty.

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God's free-flowing good
January 7, 1991

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