THE FATHER HAS NO HOMELESS CHILDREN

The word home touches a responsive chord in the hearts of most people, because it connotes to them a place where one is free to work, relax, and enjoy pleasant hours with family and friends. A material and temporal shelter, however, no more represents man's real home than the human body, of which Paul said (II Cor. 5:6), "Whilst we are at home in the body, we are absent from the Lord," represents man's true being.

As through Christian Science one cognizes that Deity is omnipresent Mind, Spirit, Soul, Love, Father-Mother, and that man is His likeness and offspring, he perceives that home is tantamount to heaven, and that both are wholly mental and spiritual. Indeed, a homeless heaven or a heavenless home would be paradoxical!

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