Unlimited Intelligence

[Of Special Interest to Youth]

In a Sunday school class of young men, it was the custom to tell of demonstrations that they had made through their study of Christian Science. Many of these experiences were about school problems, for in this field, as in any other, Christian Science is found most practical.

In the study of the Lesson-Sermons in the Christian Science Quarterly they had learned the meaning of intelligence. In the Scriptures we read, "The Lord giveth wisdom: out of his mouth cometh knowledge and understanding." The understanding they had gleaned that God is intelligence, and that man is the reflection or expression of God, had given them a firm foundation on which to work.

So students of Christian Science are well prepared to face their school studies with the assurance that they have the divinely bestowed ability to express intelligence in their work, intelligence that Mary Baker Eddy has defined on page 588 of her textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," as "substance; self-existent and eternal Mind; that which is never unconscious nor limited."

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The Genuine Attributes of Man
February 27, 1943

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