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For nearly forty years Christian Science...

From the June 1974 issue of The Christian Science Journal

For nearly forty years Christian Science has been my way of life. It has lifted me out of a limited and diffident way of thinking into the sunlight of the truth that man is God's reflection, and as such can lack nothing.

Wonderful demonstrations of supply have been mine. Needs have been met in seemingly impossible situations when my desires have clearly had the right motive. One such experience took place in 1966 when I had a great desire to attend the Centennial Meetings of The Mother Church. I booked a seat on a charter plane with no idea where I would get the money to meet this expenditure. But as I followed the theme of right motive and knew that mortal thinking could not separate me from good, more than the required amount was forthcoming.

The blessings accruing from this wonderful and uplifting occasion still continue. For one thing, from that time I have had no fear of lack, knowing that our loving Father, God, continuously supplies all good and meets our every need.

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