The Supremely Important Question

The student of Christian Science soon perceives that the supremely important question at any point in his experience is what testimony he is crediting. He sees that by considering the character and origin of the thoughts and evidences offered him, and giving them just the weight that they deserve, he can solve any difficulty—that this is the scientific means of overcoming evil in any form and of maintaining true success and progress.

Suppose it is a disease which he has to deal with. The appearances may argue that the trouble is material, and that he is dependent on material means for correcting it. But his understanding of Christian Science shows him that this is not so. He sees that his need is simply to take his leading and his conclusions from Mind, or God, instead of matter, in the manner clearly taught in Christian Science. As he does this, as he rejects material testimony and accepts that which is spiritually true, the disease disappears and he had the evidence of health and harmony.

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