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From the March 1966 issue of The Christian Science Journal

In a world where sufficient supply should be readily available to all, there are nevertheless those who suffer from lack. At the present time some progress is being made to eliminate poverty. But the publicity that accompanies such steps of progress may tend to impress human thought with a sense of poverty as being real and overpowering.

However, there are those who retain within themselves the conviction that God is Love and that it is their God-given right to live untrammeled by lack or sickness. They therefore seek a scientific method of thought by which true supply and health are always available, and, considering the words and works of Christ Jesus, they know that they are justified in so doing.

In our day an age-old light has again been shed upon this subject. Through Christian Science an increasing number of searchers after Truth have become aware of the deep and unfailing source of supply which is revealed through a better understanding of God. Such searchers have progressed from sickness and lack to a happy condition in which they have realized man's spiritual nature as the child of God and in which, through the unfolding of spiritual ideas, they humanly experience ample supply, health, and harmony.

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