Expectation

"When the destination is desirable, expectation speeds our progress," writes Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 426); and who has a more desirable destination than the student of Christian Science? Expectation, rightly understood, will aid greatly in all of his activities, particularly if he is engaged in the sacred and important work of a Christian Science practitioner. The one who confidently expects quick and certain results will vanquish error speedily.

Expectation of healing, of course, must be based upon a demonstrable understanding of the spiritual facts of being as taught in Christian Science. As the practitioner sees that God is infinite and eternal Principle, and that man is the complete and perfect expression or manifestation of this perfect Principle; as he holds to this truth, and declares it with certainty and conviction, he will have sure and satisfying results.

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