During my morning study I came across this quote from Mary Baker Eddy, "Expose and denounce the claims of evil and disease in all their forms, but realize no reality in them."
Eddy goes on, "To put down the claim of sin, you must detect it, remove the mask, point out the illusion, and thus get the victory over sin and so prove its unreality." Science and Health 447:20
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Keeping up with world events can feel confusing and overwhelming. There are so many people who profess to be experts that it’s hard to know whom to trust. And this skepticism can lead to avoiding the news altogether.
But hiding from the challenges of the world doesn’t solve anything. Is there a way to stay informed without being overwhelmed, and maybe even being able to help others?
A close friend and I have a pact that we need to wait until we’ve properly celebrated Thanksgiving before we’re allowed to listen to Christmas music.
I’m faithful to this agreement, with one small exception—enjoying Handel’s Messiah. It’s my all-time favorite piece of Christmas music (although originally written for Easter) and a source of great inspiration to me throughout the year.