the body as ever-renewing health and youth. It is foolishness to devote oneself so wholly to a given line of action that one's consciousness is neglected, so that one fails to learn how to keep in health and strength and how to bring forth the things needed for daily comfort and peace of mind.
The work that God appoints us to never demands of us more than we can do comfortably. And He never obliges us to neglect our unfoldment of the Christ pattern within us. When we are doing as God would have us do, He takes wonderful care of us, not by always bringing supplies and placing them at our feet, but by showing us how to use our resources in a way to convert them into whatever we need or would use. One who is living the Christ life attracts blessings of all sorts, and he need never worry about financial matters, though he will give enough thought and attention to them to keep his part of the law.
Many individuals are going through a period of awakening and adjustment. And many do not seem to know which way to turn. Employment of the past seems taken away. Nothing that one has done before seems to offer itself. Many times the reason for this is that the soul has been driving itself along certain ruts for a long time, and
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