God's Presence

Christian Science meets the requirements of divine logic, but it is not dependent on human logic for its truthfulness or its effectiveness. The early Greeks were logicians, but they cannot be said to have had true religion. To the Athenians of his day, who worshiped an "unknown god," Paul preached of God as not only knowable, but so close to men that this great apostle was able to say of Him that "in him we live, and move, and have our being." It is thus that Christian Science teaches.

One of the blessings the true knowledge of God and man confers is the revision it usually necessitates in our modes of prayer. When we once realize that man exists forever in the presence of God, ever at-one with God, we cease trying to reach His ear through our supplications, and instead, seeing the reason for our past failures, endeavor to pray aright.

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