Love

In "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany" (p. 152), our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, admonishes us to ask ourselves the following question: "Do I understand God as Love, the divine Principle of all that really is, the infinite good, than which there is none else and in whom is all?" And she continues: "Unless this be so, the blind is leading the blind, and both will stumble into doubt and darkness, even as the ages have shown. To-day, if ye would hear His voice, listen to His Word and serve no other gods. Then the divine Principle of good, that we call God, will be found an ever-present help in all things, and Christian Science will be understood."

Divine Love, when understood and demonstrated, liberates mankind from all that is unlike good, from belief in the so-called laws of matter and a life apart from God.

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