Correct Thinking

The student of Christian Science is sometimes inclined to face his problems as though the difficulty in question were real and actual, and to go to work as though he believed it to be necessary for him to change an inharmonious condition into one less disturbing. Herein may lie the explanation of his failure to overcome quickly the error which seems to be confronting him.

Christian Science is demonstrated from the standpoint of present spiritual perfection. Mrs. Eddy writes (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 259), "The Christlike understanding of scientific being and divine healing includes a perfect Principle and idea,—perfect God and perfect man,—as the basis of thought and demonstration."

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