CHRISTIAN SCIENCE has revealed the unity of good on the basis of one infinite Mind, God, and it is for Christian Scientists to demonstrate this unity individually and collectively. The utterance of Christ Jesus, "I and my Father are one," is a ringing declaration of the existing unity of divine Principle and man. This identical declaration, "I and my Father are one," must ring in the hearts of all Christian Scientists until its echo is multiplied to bless universal humanity. The unity of good is spiritually realizable through the power of Christ, and realization is demonstration.

Starting with God, infinite Being, we learn to prove our individual oneness with Mind by expressing its manifold characteristics, among them health, joy, might. These proofs of God and of Godlikeness are today sounding the knell of lawless disease, sorrow, debility.

Then comes the wider proving of the unity of good in each one's home circle, business relations, church affiliations. Here, again, the starting point and standpoint to be maintained is the unity of infinite Mind with all its ideas and of the ideas collectively. If loyal to their own spiritual identity, to their Cause, and in their service to hungering humanity, Christian Scientists, one and all, will determine to "keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." In this determination personal sense is quelled by spiritual sense. As spiritual unity appears in the thoughts, words, and deeds of Christian Scientists as a body, dissension between them disappears.

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January 5, 1935

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