"In quietness and in confidence"

The light in a lighthouse through storm or calm emits its beneficent rays, shining, whether the sea is smooth or rough, whether the boats within its radius are large or small. The light reaches out as a guiding beacon to all who come within its glow. So does Christian Science illumine human thought, filling it with the power of Spirit, unswerving trust in God, undaunted joy, unruffled calm. The student in his journey from sense to Soul is inspired in his demonstration of right thinking by the unwavering constancy of the light of Truth. Through evil report or good report the true consciousness abides "under the shadow of the Almighty," radiating the joyous serenity of Love's unfailing goodness.

The teachings of Christian Science, found in the inspired writings of the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, equip its students with light and understanding, for Christian Science reveals the omnipotence, omnipresence, omniscience, the allness of God, Spirit, and the nothingness of any other might or mind. God, Spirit, it teaches, is entirely good, and man is His image and likeness. The basis of all true thinking, then, is the perfection of God and of man as His reflection. There is nothing original or self-assertive about a reflection; it shows forth its origin, and is true to its source. The likeness of God can be only good; it is never incomplete, limited, or discordant. Man has no identity or being separate from God; he expresses God and is His perfect likeness.

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