Consistency

In her great work, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mrs. Eddy writes (p. 242), "The divine Science of man is woven into one web of consistency without seam or rent." Every Christian Scientist knows that to be true, knows well that the Science which declares the truth about God and man has no least trace of inconsistency about it—that it is flawless. And because Christian Science is absolutely correct in what it teaches, its students, drawn from all ranks of life, are striving through the understanding of the real man which Christian Science has given them, to become ever more consistent in their thoughts and actions.

Now, consistency is a most wholesome and desirable trait of character. He who is consistent does not change like a senseless vane on a steeple, with every contrary gust of wind that blows; he is reliable and dependable. His thoughts are stable; and his actions are correspondingly so. What a wholesome influence is consistency, heartening, encouraging, strengthening all who come into contact with it! And without a doubt, he is most consistent whose spiritual understanding is greatest.

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