Healings during college and graduate school

Christian Science was of great value to me during my college years. Once, during a midterm examination in calculus, I found myself unable to answer about half the problems. I checked and rechecked the exam and just had no idea how to finish. So I prayed. I affirmed that God, Mind, is all-knowing and that all the students in the room reflected this Mind. I denied the notion that anyone was dependent on brain for intelligence, and declared that memory could never be lost. Then when I looked at the unanswered questions, the answers were immediately obvious to me. I got a high grade on the exam.

I also prayed about housing problems. My college had a lottery system to determine who would get which dormitory rooms. But I was learning that good was spiritual and unlimited and that nothing is subject to chance. So, I prayed diligently along these lines every time I thought about the lottery. A statement in Science and Health completely exposes the lie of chance: "Accidents are unknown to God, or immortal Mind, and we must leave the mortal basis of belief and unite with the one Mind, in order to change the notion of chance to the proper sense of God's unerring direction and thus bring out harmony" (p. 424).

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