"Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen nineteen six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery." (Dickens, David Copperfield) Wilkins Micawber's frequent bouts of misery were usually the result of his chronically impecunious and feckless nature, but in these troubled times financial worry and anxiety can come calling on almost anyone, even to the prudent and frugal.
Christian Science provides the only real and permanent answer to what supply and substance really are, though Martha Wilcox feels this is frequently a Brazil-nut concept to crack spiritually. To most of us (Americans at any rate) sawbucks, fins, and c-notes are supply and the provider of substantial things. At some point, all of us will need to master the truth of supply on the basis that Christ Jesus mastered it when he fed the thousands with almost nothing materially, but with unlimited wealth and supply in spiritual understanding of God. He effortlessly embodied omnipotent and omnipresent Truth as a fact.
Until we get it the way Christ Jesus and Mary Baker Eddy clearly got it we will be subject to the terrible demons of temptation to believe in lack and loss. Many of the association addresses mentioned in the previous entry have strong and liberating statements on supply. Greenwood has an entire association paper devoted to the subject.
Milton Simon, one of the best contributors to the periodicals over many years, also has many fine articles on supply and finances, frequently from the business point of view. He can't be over-recommended. Two compilations of his articles (17 and 19) should still be available from The Bookmark. Two feasts.
Finally, a can't-be-over-recommended book: From the Methodist Pulpit Into Christian Science and How I Demonstrated the Abundance of Substance and Supply, by Reverend Severin E. Simonsen (1928). It should also still be available from The Bookmark. A lasting Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings.