Freedom through Uprightness

Freedom in human experience is the result of a provable understanding of God. It is futile to assert freedom in the name of willfulness, selfishness, or arrogant ambition. Mrs. Eddy presents the idea of freedom in her teachings for the emancipation of the whole race. On page 228 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" she writes, "Mortals will some day assert their freedom in the name of Almighty God." Freedom is the fruit of spiritually controlled thought and action.

The term "Almighty God" signifies the omnipotence of Spirit, which lifts human thought above suffering, sin, failure. There is no law of bondage and no bondman, for God is the only Lawmaker, and every law of God bestows irrevocable freedom on man, His image.

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