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No to superstition!
The Christian Science Monitor
In films and books, superstitious people are often portrayed as ignorant or foolish. Yet sometimes those of us who think we know better find superstition filling us with anxiety and fear.
The basis of such fears is ignorance that is assuaged by gaining a greater knowledge of God as all-powerful Love and of our relationship to Him as His spiritual offspring. Christ Jesus' mission was to open our eyes to God as Spirit, infinite good, and to show us our unbreakable unity with Him. Evil doesn't come from God, our divine Father. Nor can evil attack any of His children. As Jesus showed us, God's love for man is impartial and unlimited.
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