Nobility

To express nobility in their lives, not merely in supreme crises but consistently in small matters and in great, men must be inspired and directed of Principle.

On page 294 of "Miscellaneous Writings" Mary Baker Eddy writes, "The noblest work of God is man." When we study the Gospels we learn of the unfailing nobility expressed by Christ Jesus in the presence of his enemies and his friends, in moments of great danger, and in silent prayer; in the fearless facing of his enemies and the gentle rebuking of his disciples. We see why this was so. In speech, in action, he identified himself with "the noblest work of God."

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