It is not correctness of opinion that constitutes rightness,...

It is not correctness of opinion that constitutes rightness, but that condition of mind which, as a matter of course, causes it to move along the lines of truth and duty—the life going forth in motion according to the law of light: this alone places a nature in harmony with the central Truth. It was in the doing of the will of his Father that Jesus was the Son of God—yea, the eternal Son of the eternal Father. Nor is this to make little of the truth intellectually considered—of the fact of things. The greatest fact of all is that we are bound to obey the truth, and that to the full extent of our knowledge thereof, however little that may be. This obligation acknowledged and obeyed, the road is open to all truth—and the only road. The way to know is to do the known.

December 24, 1910
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