Never cut off from eternal life

I had just listened to a news report of a police officer who was tragically killed in a neighboring city. I wanted to put into practice what I had been learning from my study of Christian Science in recent years. To think more earnestly and correctly about this—and not just listen to what the world around me was saying. In other words, to affirm the spiritual—to affirm eternal life.

Naturally my thought turned to God and the Bible. I read, “For in him we live, and move, and have our being” (Acts 17:28). I drew from this that if we have our being in God, then God must be our Life, and all His creation must perpetually be expressing divine Life—always.

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