"In Science"

"One thing is eternally here; it reigns supreme to-day, tomorrow, forever," affirms Mary Baker Eddy on page 126 of "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany." "We need it in our homes," she adds, "at our firesides, on our altars, for with it win we the race of the centuries. We have it only as we live it."

What, indeed, is this "one thing" so precious, so ever available, so fraught with promise? Hear Mrs. Eddy's answer (ibid., pp. 126, 127): "This is that needful one thing—divine Science, whereby thought is spiritualized, reaching outward and upward to Science in Christianity, Science in medicine, in physics, and in metaphysics."

The Principle of divine Science, her writings clearly show, is Truth, even that Truth demonstrated by Jesus of Nazareth, and now made plain by Christian Science in terms of law and understanding. Daily it becomes more apparent that to see the universe as enfolded in Science, in the knowledge of divine reality, instead of accepting materiality's fleeting caricature of creation, is the irrevocable demand upon every individual, starting with you and me.

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