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From the February 2001 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Recently I went through a rough period with an illness that had been going on for some time. It suddenly seemed quite overwhelming to me, and as I reached out to God for His immediate help, I opened the December issue of the Journal and turned to the article entitled "Admit what is possible."

It appeared to be about the millennium, and didn't seem to have anything to do with my problem. I couldn't believe God had directed me to this. Then as I continued reading, I came across these words: ". . . probably most of us have prayed faithfully about some difficulty and yet continued to feel a degree of uncertainty about the outcome. The truth is that all good is possible to God."

Va-voom! From that point on, each word became sacred in my thought and proved to be exactly what I needed. I reread the article three times, and the illness I'd been dealing with vanished. I have just been humbly rejoicing over the clear, concise statements that are a hallmark of the Journal.

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