Speaking with Authority

"And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, Speak unto all the congregation of the children of Israel, and say unto them, Ye shall be holy: for I the Lord your God am holy." Viewed in the light of the teachings of Christian Science, the quotation from Leviticus is a revelation of divine law. It unfolds the method of divine government, wherein the holiness of Mind as the "Great First Cause" is a law of holiness or perfection to its own manifestation of infinite ideas.

The condition and quality of spiritual and real manhood are established by divine Science; it follows that speaking with authority must be predicated upon an understanding of Science. Divine law, through correct mental application, rules out the belief that sin or discord is included in the experience of the real man. Without the theology of Christian Science, however, one has no divine basis from which to work, and the element of certainty, so necessary for good results, would be lacking. Therefore, an essential qualification for successful mental work is to know creation as it is known of God.

Supplying the Loaves and Fishes
September 14, 1935

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