No Condemnation

The eighth chapter of Paul's letter to the Romans opens with these words: "There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit."

From the beginning to the end of human existence, mortal man is under the judgment and condemnation of the corporeal senses. First he is judged to be a helpless babe, an ignorant child who must be taught everything necessary to carry him through his mortal life. If he departs knowingly or unknowingly from any of the so-called laws of material health or well-being, he is apt to be accused and condemned to sickness, suffering or hardship. Only a few short years of mature activity are allotted to him after which he is condemned to the increasing feebleness and helplessness of old age. Then, if he has not already done so he must die.

Law and Light
March 2, 1946

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