Christian Science confirms the Scriptural statement that immortal man is the infinite expression, idea, or image of God.
How often from the depths of belief in matter has the desolate human sense cried out, Oh, I don't know! Or that other more piteous cry, If I had only known! What might have been, had I only known! So cried Hamlet, charged with the command to act, but travailing in inactivity, not knowing how or when to act; and so cry all who believe that there is ever a time when man cannot know the right thing to do, who are putting their faith in the five senses as witnesses of Truth.
"Father, forgive,"—it bursts the very tomb! Rolls the dread stone, and sets the Master free.
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Christian Science is the truth about God, and being the truth about God it is necessarily the truth about all that God creates including man.
The writer was much impressed with a picture entitled, "A Mirage on the Arizona Desert," which bears the following inscription: "In the deserts of Arizona and California the mirage is often seen, and in some locations it is visible nearly every day of the year.