Our Unchanging God

Much comfort may be had from pondering the spiritual fact that God is "the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever." And how great is the need for comfort in the hearts of millions of mortals today, and alway!

God is not an entity apart from man and the universe. The word "God" is used by Christendom as the name for the infinite presence, or I AM, the one eternal Mind or Person, in whom—not apart from whom—is all individuality and identity. God's all-inclusive totality Mrs. Eddy thus affirms (Unity of Good, p. 3): "Within Himself is every embodiment of Life and Mind;" and (Miscellaneous Writings, pp. 105, 106): "God is the sum total of the universe."

Because God is, in quality, eternally unchanging, His every idea, great or small, being of and in Him, must likewise be, in quality, eternally unchanging, naturally expressing and so sharing Deity's constancy. Within God can never dwell the smallest contradiction of God.

December 12, 1942

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