The Brotherliness of True Christian Scientists

When one gains the understanding of Christian Science even in a small degree, he has taken upon himself the responsibility of using his understanding to the glory of God and the help and enlightenment of his fellow-men. The law is that he shall love all and do good to all.

There can be no conception in the mortal mind of material riches and good things that will for one moment compare with the unspeakable gift of God's love; for while all things material will waste away and disappear, the more of love we give to our brothers and sisters, expressed in thought, word, and deed, healing the sick and sinful, the more we shall have to give. Instead of decreasing our wealth, the giving of love increases our capacity to receive. All this wealth may be ours if we but cast aside the mortal self and become as a little child and thus enter into the kingdom of God.

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