Why Disease of All Kinds Is Curable

Hopelessness in regard to disease arises commonly from the supposition that disease is a condition of matter. Some part of the body appears to be out of order and past repair by any known material means; therefore it is assumed that the patient cannot recover. In such circumstances, the revelation of Christian Science that disease is never essentially material or physical, however much it may seem so, comes with great encouragement and inspiration to the sick; and their healing often follows quickly.

"Disease is always induced by a false sense mentally entertained, not destroyed," Mary Baker Eddy writes on page 411 of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." And she adds: "Disease is an image of thought externalized. The mental state is called a material state."

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