Solving Problems

In Christian Science man is seen as free to live abundantly; as having capacity to experience prosperity, health, and peace of mind. He is seen as God's image and likeness or reflection. How illogical, therefore, it would be to conclude that man at any time could be bound by suffering of any sort, or be in subjection to a so-called problem of sickness, wrong habit, or a material sense of anything!

On page 184 of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy makes this positive statement: "Belief produces the results of belief." In the light of that assertion, it can be seen that credence cannot be given to anything that is not susceptible of proof. A claim that a condition the opposite of harmony is real or good can no more be proved than can the false belief that two and two makes five.

Church Membership
April 13, 1935

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