WITNESSING TRULY

When questioned by Pilate as to his status, Christ Jesus did not deny that he was a king, but declared that his kingdom was "not of this world." Then he stated positively his life purpose as follows (John 18:37): "To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into the world, that I should bear witness unto the truth."

Bearing witness to the truth was indeed his lifework. Every healing which he accomplished, including his own resurrection, can be traced to the fact that he knew the Life of man to be God. He perceived the fundamental truths that God is Spirit and that because man is made in His image and likeness his consciousness and individuality are spiritual. He understood and demonstrated that the idea of God reflects all the qualities of Life, God such as harmonious action, vigor, vitality, wisdom, grace, integrity, completeness; that this idea, man, exists at the standpoint of opportunity and expresses divine intelligence. Each idea is secure under God's inviolable law, which permits no "shadow of death" to darken the eternal consciousness of His beloved son.

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