"Whom nothing can erase"

No spiritual fact can possibly be erased. Nothing that is real can ever be obliterated, impaired, or destroyed.

A young student of Christian Science once realized very forcibly this indestructibility of true being. Prior to her earnest study of Christian Science, she had clung to a material basis for health and happiness, looking to personal friendships and human parentage for security. Entertaining an overwhelming and constant dread of the future and a despairing sense that nothing was stable or worthy of trust, she finally lapsed into a state of self-condemnation, failure, and unemployment.

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