Time

The human concept of time often acts as a subtle dictator of our thoughts and actions. Spring, summer, autumn, and winter; morning, noon, and night; hours, minutes, and seconds; calendars and clocks; fixed and variable schedules, may be found to be controlling factors in one's daily activities, often circumscribing the vision of things eternal.

The spiritual understanding of the everlasting I AM dispels the human tendency to measure our being, our intelligence, our progress, our God-given dominion by resorting to any of the calculations of time. Through Christian Science one can understand and prove that the power of God, unalterable Spirit, exists in its mighty healing efficacy right now. The reality and power of omnipresent good have never changed, have never been affected in the slightest degree by the sense of time. This truth is ever available to the receptive thought, and, when apprehended, the belief of time can no longer act as subtle, aggressive suggestion with its inevitable bondage.

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