LESSON 90. For this review we will use these ideas:
W-90.1. (79) Let me recognize the problem so it can be solved.
2 Let me realize today that the problem is always some form of grievance that I would cherish. 3 Let me also understand that the solution is always a miracle with which I let the grievance be replaced. 4 Today I would remember the simplicity of salvation by reinforcing the lesson that there is one problem and one solution. 5 The problem is a grievance; the solution is a miracle. 6 And I invite the solution to come to me through my forgiveness of the grievance, and my welcome of the miracle that takes its place.
W-90.2. Specific applications of this idea might be in these forms:
2 This presents a problem to me which I would have resolved.
3 The miracle behind this grievance will resolve it for me.
4 The answer to this problem is the miracle that it conceals.
W-90.3. (80) Let me recognize my problems have been solved.
2 I seem to have problems only because I am misusing time. 3 I believe that the problem comes first, and time must elapse before it can be worked out. 4 I do not see the problem and the answer as simultaneous in their occurrence. 5 That is because I do not yet realize that God has placed the answer together with the problem, so that they cannot be separated by time. 6 The Holy Spirit will teach me this, if I will let Him. 7 And I will understand it is impossible that I could have a problem which has not been solved already.
W-90.4. These forms of the idea will be useful for specific applications:
2 I need not wait for this to be resolved.
3 The answer to this problem is already given me, if I will accept it.
4 Time cannot separate this problem from its solution.