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From the April 2016 issue of The Christian Science Journal

 When I was still working, past retirement age, as a real estate agent, I had an opportunity to represent a client in the purchase of a condominium. The condo had been rented for many years by a very large family, and the family evidently had not been very good housekeepers. The three-bedroom, two-bath condo needed scouring of grime and filth that had accumulated over many years, from the bathroom shower fixtures to the kitchen stove to a horribly dirty fireplace and everything in between. 

The buyer requested that the condo be thoroughly cleaned before the sale was closed. No one, however, was available to do the job. The seller was willing to pay a modest amount to clean the condo if I had a person to do it.

I knew that silencing my concerns, by humbly listening for God’s wisdom and guidance in prayer, would help me find a sense of calm and direction.

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