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From the May 1958 issue of The Christian Science Journal

THE weather plays an important part in the activities of the human race. At the present time large amounts of money are spent in maintaining meteorological observatories and radio stations, weather ships, and the like, for analysis of the weather and probabilities regarding it, and for the transmission of the information to those interested. It is obvious how vital such information must be to mariners, aviators, agriculturists, and others. Yet even the experts admit that forecasting the weather is far from being an exact science. There are too many factors involved to make anything but a short-time prophecy completely reliable.

Now the sincere student of Christian Science is well aware, because of his study and experience, that the only real cause is God, Mind, Spirit, and that the effect of this only cause must be good. Since God is All and One, there is no cause or effect opposite or antagonistic to God, to unchanging, harmonious Principle.

On page 331 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy makes the following statement: "The Scriptures imply that God is All-in-all. From this it follows that nothing possesses reality nor existence except the divine Mind and His ideas. The Scriptures also declare that God is Spirit. Therefore in Spirit all is harmony, and there can be no discord; all is Life, and there is no death. Everything in God's universe expresses Him."

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