"A conscious union with God"

A Greatly loved hymn begins with this line: "Prayer is the heart's sincere desire." It is a thought worthy of every Christian's consideration, for what a man desires is a basic factor in his career. As desire becomes clarified, purified, and glorified, one yearns for more spirituality, and one's supreme aim is to know and do the will of God. True desire enters the realm of prayer.

The great objective of every student of Christian Science is accurate demonstration of the truth which he professes, and this comes through spiritualization of thought. In "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 42) Mrs. Eddy writes, "Science and Health clearly states that spiritualization of thought is not attained by the death of the body, but by a conscious union with God." Turning thought constantly and confidently to the source of all true being, and claiming an inseparable unity with good, aids greatly in gaining and maintaining a spiritual poise which cannot be disturbed.

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