When hope becomes expectation

Once God's presence has been felt in physical healing, hope for curing the incurable becomes expectation. A solid expectation—but never nonchalant or dismissive of the pain or discouragement felt by anyone. Mary Baker Eddy's message in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures brings home the intact spiritual nature of God's creation. Her book illustrates with both compassion and logic the power of this truth to maintain health, and to cure what appears beyond hope of cure.

Marion Pierpont, in this week's opening article, speaks of the persuasive arguments that try to impress us to accept disease, to "frighten you into agreeing to suffer." Yet she goes on to say "you can resist" with "sincere prayer that praises God for giving His likeness to each one of us, including consistent maintenance and renewal" (see p. 7).

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