A CLEARER UNDERSTANDING

On April 29 our Leader, Mrs. Eddy, made an important change on page 55 (69 of the old edition) of "Unity of Good," and requested that it be published in the Sentinel. This change does not in anywise alter the meaning of paragraph four of the chapter, "Suffering from Others' Thoughts," but it more clearly elucidates the scientific meaning of Job's words, and will help Christian Scientists to a clearer and better understanding of this well-known and much-discussed passage of Scripture. The wording of this paragraph from this date will be as follows:—

"Job's faith and hope gained him the assurance that the so-called sufferings of the flesh are unreal. We shall learn how false are the pleasures and pains of material sense, and behold the truth of being, as expressed in his conviction, 'Yet in my flesh shall I see God;' that is, Now and here shall I behold God, divine Love."

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