Your innocence: God sends you His witnesses

One morning, I was driving through an intersection when an SUV suddenly popped up in front of my car and our vehicles collided. Except for a couple of bruises, I was unharmed, but my car was severely damaged. 

I quickly called a Christian Science practitioner and asked her to pray for me. She lovingly affirmed with me, “Accidents are unknown to God, or immortal Mind …” (Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 424). I so appreciated the practitioner’s pleasant tone, which I still recall vividly, when she said, “Nothing has changed here.” To me this meant that God’s harmony was completely intact, undisturbed, and that my harmony was intact, too.

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