Cleansing Fires

It is the experience of many students that as they continue the study of Christian Science they seem to be confronted by many difficult problems. Sometimes it may even seem as though their pathway were harder than that of others who do not appear to be making the same effort, and who are not even interested in spiritual things. It may sometimes seem puzzling as to why such difficult experiences come to the Christian Scientist.

It is evident that if we desire spiritual growth above all else, we cannot remain satisfied with our present understanding of Truth. Speaking absolutely, we are now the sons of God; but in order that this may appear,—be manifested,—we need to overcome in our own thinking all that would prevent the manifestation of the spiritual idea.

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