LOVING THY NEIGHBOR

In his epistles John, the beloved disciple of Jesus, pours out freely, in expressions both beautiful and convincing, his recognition of the love of God, and he reiterates his deep conviction that God is Love. There is a helpful precedent for mankind in John's simple declarations.

Christian Science unfolds an understanding of God which makes John's concept both logical and practical and also reveals man as the expression of infinite divine Love. This man of God's making, His image and likeness, is our true selfhood and the true selfhood of our neighbor, in whom there is nothing unlovely or unlike the perfect and loving Father. In the light of this revelation the fulfillment of the imperative command of the Master (Mark 12:31), "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself," becomes an achievement wholly possible and profitable.

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