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Meeting others' needs
The Christian Science Monitor
As a child during the Great Depression, I early learned to trust the Biblical promises of abundance that depends not on human resources but on the infallible support of our Father-Mother God. And we had practical proof that the Bible histories and Christ Jesus' parables are illustrations of God's laws at work and not simply miracles limited to a particular time or place.
Christian Science has helped me to understand and obey these spiritual laws that free us from believing that poverty is normal, even inescapable. So when I was left with four children to support and educate, it was natural for us all to give serious thought to those lessons the Bible teaches.
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