SOME COSTLY ADMISSIONS

Since "there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so," it behooves every professing Christian to watch the thoughts that knock at the door of his consciousness. Even the student of Christian Science is sometimes caught napping in this most important matter. He forgets momentarily that all power lies within the realm of divine Mind, consequently that every erroneous admission on his part only robs him of the true consciousness of heaven or harmony. The great Master-thinker knew this, and in admonishing his followers to "watch" he delivered one of the most comprehensive sermons ever preached. He knew that humanity's only hope was in guarding the gateway to their habitation of thinking. They must think their way into the kingdom of heaven, and this involves the admission of that only which is true and Godlike, and the rejection of everything which is erroneous or un-Godlike.

The mighty discontent in the world to-day is due to the fact that humanity have strayed away from the beaten path leading heavenward, having lost the art of guarding their thought. A vast multitude of false theories, opinions, and beliefs have crowded themselves into consciousness, and mortals have accepted them as true; they have forsaken an all-good God, and have believed in the existence of another power, presence, and reality named evil. From this belief as a storm-center radiate a thousand false admissions, all of which tend to obscure a natural and scientific conception of the kingdom of heaven in the hearts of men.

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