Spiritual Power

Spirituality is not a mysterious and remote quality. It can be attained by ordinary people. It is not reserved for the elect or for the favored few; it is for all. If we would be spiritually-minded, we can choose and elect to be so, and the radiant, glorious qualities of spiritual living will become ours.

The spiritually-minded recognize an existence not apparent to the physical senses, a universe of thoughts and ideas, created and governed by Mind, which is infinite and perfect. They constantly turn away from the material and sensual because they become increasingly conscious of the true creation, which, as Mrs. Eddy says, "consists of the unfolding of spiritual ideas and their identities, which are embraced in the infinite Mind and forever reflected" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 503). They are unselfish and willing to sacrifice materiality for spiritual values. Thus they become rich in faith, filled with confidence regarding the purposes of God, and are never the victims of doubt and despair. They have spiritual resources and reserves which protect them in all circumstances and a keen interest in the development of those spiritual treasures, to which they constantly add.

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