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Our young son was playing outside when I noticed he had found...
Our young son was playing outside when I noticed he had found an old broom handle on the street. In rushing to take it from him so he wouldn't hurt himself, I inadvertently impaled one of my fingers on a rusty nail affixed to the handle. While attempting to calm both my thought and our son, I tried to contact a Christian Science practitioner by telephone. The one I reached was thousands of miles away. The brief and loving assurance she gave focussed on the following quotation from Science and Health: "... nothing inharmonious can enter being, for Life is God" (p. 228).
As a lifelong Christian Scientist, I knew that similar cases had been healed by prayer many times before. But I still had some doubts about my own ability to trust God, and could not help thinking of the man who said to Christ Jesus "Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief" (Mark 9:24).
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