The Day of Acceptance

"Now," wrote St. Paul in his second letter to the Corinthians, "is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation." Now, then, is the time to experience salvation through acceptance; the acceptance of God's good will, the good substance, the activity, the peace and joy of Spirit.

On page 1 of "Christian Science versus Pantheism" Mary Baker Eddy writes, "In unctuous unison with nature, mortals are hoping and working, putting off outgrown, wornout, or soiled garments—the pleasures and pains of sensation and the sackcloth of waiting— for the springtide of Soul." Here is comforting assurance that we can put off the chafing, discomforting garments of sense, the "sackcloth of waiting" and accept the purity of true being, the garments of peace and holiness.

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