Universal Activity

The words of Christ Jesus, "My Father worketh hitherto, and I work," convey the true spirit of activity and point to its unfailing source. What does this scientific understanding of activity do for the student of Christian Science? It brings him countless proofs that in his effort to live rightly he is not working alone. It assures him that in all his right endeavors he is directed and sustained by the omniactive laws of divine Principle, and that these laws are expressed in intelligence and order, wisdom and unselfed love. The understanding of true activity lifts his thought above pride of accomplishment and dread of failure.

Throughout the world Christian Scientists unite in expressing the redemptive power of infinite Mind, and the work of each helps the work of all. In "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany" Mrs. Eddy writes (p. 165), "As an active portion of one stupendous whole, goodness identifies man with universal good."

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