INDIVISIBLE SPIRIT

Christ Jesus taught the oneness and universality of Spirit, God. To the Samaritan woman at Jacob's well he said (John 4:24), "God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth." Lingering for two days in her city, he taught the truths of God with such Christly authority that prejudices based upon centuries of nationalistic enmity faded from the thoughts of the Samaritans, and they saw him as the Christ, "the Saviour of the world."

Christian Science erases the enmities of men and nations with Christly authority in this age, for it reveals God as one universal, all-embracing Mind, one all-inclusive Spirit, and man as Spirit's ideal expression of goodness and harmony. In the wonder of this revelation, God is seen as integrating His own reflection in one indivisible, harmonious universe of good. In Spirit's realm each identity enhances the beauty, intelligence, and spiritual activity of all others, for all are controlled by divine Principle and are emanations of one infinite Mind.

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Notes from the Publishing Society
January 8, 1949
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