This religion does not pass by on the other side.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: THE GOOD SAMARITAN

The Master's parable of the good Samaritan, recorded in the tenth chapter of Luke's Gospel, teaches many helpful lessons, especially when examined through the lens of Christian Science.

To the writer the road from Jerusalem to Jericho, which was notorious for brigands, typifies mankind's journey amidst the pitfalls and dangers of so-called material existence. Trials seem to lie in wait on every side. The thieving beliefs of mortal mind would rob mankind of uprightness, safety, and confidence in good. As the wounded man depicted in this parable lay by the roadside, a priest and a Levite came his way, and when they saw him, they passed him by. False doctrines, rituals, and creeds do not possess the healing energy of Truth or the vitality of divine Love. Similarly, the mere letter of Christian Science, without Love, fails to meet humanity's need.

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