Christian Scientists believe that the works of Jesus, his...

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Christian Scientists believe that the works of Jesus, his disciples, and the early Christians were miraculous in the ordinary sense, but were divinely natural when considered in their true light. They believe that these works were performed according to Principle and its law. Because the law of God, of Truth, does not vary, they believe that it is possible for these works to be repeated today by those who understand and correctly apply the divine law to the destruction of human ills. They believe that the power of God, or Spirit, is supreme, and that it is as available to mankind today as it was centuries ago, and always will be. They are grateful that even a slight knowledge of this fact is enabling them to overcome many of the diseases and sins that infest humanity, and they believe that eventually this knowledge will result in the destruction of all evil.

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The Principle of Christian Science is God
March 26, 1910
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