Quick healing of wasp sting

One day, as I was walking out the door to help my husband with yard work, I was stung by a wasp. Prior to heading out the door, I had been dealing with some concerns that it was too hot, and that the job ahead would be too much to accomplish. The pain from the sting was immediate and intense. Based on my experience when I had been stung by a wasp several years before, I felt that without immediate prayer, I would face days of swelling and discomfort. 

I thought about something Mary Baker Eddy wrote in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures: “All of God’s creatures, moving in the harmony of Science, are harmless, useful, indestructible” (p. 514). “All of God’s creatures” had to include the largest to the smallest, with not one single creature left out. In God’s creation, which is spiritual and good, the wasp had to be harmless, and I had to be indestructible. This is all that could be true in divine Science, and in reality, there is nothing outside of Truth, God. Within a few minutes of my considering these ideas, the pain was gone, and there was no swelling.

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