HOW many of us as Christian Scientists are really willing to have in our experience only what God supplies, to put away from us whatever does not come from Him? A seemingly endless accumulation of sins and fears and mistakes, of ambitions and vanities and animosities, of failures and losses and ill-gotten gains, of habits, of untrue ways of spending time, and of unrighteous direction of both thought and effort, —all this would fall from us could we accept just what God puts into our lives and refuse to let anything else enter. This would be heaven, man governed by divine Mind and by none other; a world saved and righted according to the rules of Christian living.
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