THERE SHALL BE TIME NO LONGER

There is no such thing as time. This is a stupendous statement, but it is true. The Scriptures inform us in the tenth chapter of Revelation that a mighty angel with hand lifted to heaven "sware ... that there should be time no longer."

Mary Baker Eddy defines the word time in part as follows: "Mortal measurements; limits, in which are summed up all human acts, thoughts, beliefs, opinions, knowledge" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 595). As long as there seems to be mortality, time also will seem to exist. Mortality is the result of a belief in time, and without time there would be no mortality. Eternity takes the place of time when reality, or the realm of Spirit, is entered.

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