Our Dwelling Place

One of the most loved words in any language is "home."

Webster defines the word "home," in part, as "a place of refuge and rest." No greater place of refuge, no safer place for rest, no more securely protected abiding place exists than the spiritual consciousness of man's eternal at-one-ment with God. The Psalmist declared (Ps. 90:1), "Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations." The understanding of Christian Science and the scientific utilization of its teachings in daily life are the means whereby any student may become aware of the true nature of God and of man's coexistence with Him. St. Paul clearly understood and, by his works as well as his words, proved that man lives in God.

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