[Susanne Van Eyl, “Accept and claim God’s unlimited goodness,” Journal, May 2020]
I really enjoyed this article. It made clear all sides of the story of the prodigal son—the father’s, the older brother’s, and of course, the prodigal’s. The promise that “all that I have is thine” (Luke 15:31) along with the line “Share Thy joy and spend it freely” (Elizabeth C. Adams, Christian Science Hymnal, No. 58) is a great lesson in a time of seeming lack.
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