175-WATCH against a claim of inflexibility of thought. What could a potter do with clay that suddenly hardened under his molding? How can God guide man, unless man remains flexible under the divine will? Any predetermined decisions constitute inflexibility, just as outlining in advance what you desire the divine Mind to accomplish in demonstration, is steadying the ark. The difference between formulating a problem correctly, and outlining, is one of motive, perception and trust. One would not use demonstration to get an automobile. Yet he could strive to realize that in doing God's work, he could not lack any proper expression of activity and abundance. Such a demonstration might be expressed in one's having an automobile. We must be strong and unmovable in our understanding of Truth, but flexible in demonstration, in being guided by the Father's hand.