Christian Warriors

"The great element of reform," Mrs. Eddy writes on page 1 of "The People's Idea of God," is ". . . the crumbling away of material elements from reason, . . . and the final unity between man and God."

What a contrast there is between the thinking of any earnest student of Christian Science before and after he has accepted and commenced to practice the simple teachings of that great revelation! Should there be a more valiant warrior than a loyal Christian Scientist? On page 468 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" Mrs. Eddy writes, "All is infinite Mind and its infinite manifestation," and the Christian Scientist knows that his aim and privilege is to demonstrate that divine fact. His warfare, then, is with the so-called carnal or mortal mind; that is, with all that, in belief, opposes infinite Mind. As the student progresses, how ceaseless the warfare seems to be—yet how glorious! Having learned that God, good, is omnipotent and omnipresent, he is encouraged to stand firm in spite of every opposition, and to persevere in the knowledge that he will be victor, unfailingly, if he faint not.

Spiritual Sense
June 27, 1931

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