No drought in Mind

Sooner or later, through the ever-present Christ—the loving presence and power of God guiding us spiritually—we each learn that the children of God are sustained by Him alone, and that our all-loving, infinitely caring Father-Mother lacks neither the willingness nor the ability to provide fully for us.

Drought cannot be part of divine Love’s care, nor can it be known to the infinitely good, all-knowing Mind. Such truths are available to us, as we reach out in prayer during a drought, to more deeply understand God’s care for man.

Moving to a new home a number of years ago, I found that I had settled down in the midst of a severe drought, one that had been intensifying over a period of four years. The state’s fruit and vegetable crops were suffering millions of dollars in damage. Forecasts in the newspaper predicted that the drought would either continue or get worse, unless we had “an unbelievably spectacular wet season.”

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August 25, 2014

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