THE RESURRECTIVE SENSE

In "Mary Baker Eddy: A Life Size Portrait" Dr. Lyman P. Powell gives the substance of a statement on resurrection by Mrs. Eddy as follows (p. 232): "The resurrective sense does not listen compromisingly to error. It is always about its 'Father's business,'—reflecting Principle. Jesus' whole life was resurrective; that is, his life was a constant conscious rising spiritually above sin, sickness, death; and his resurrection from the grave was to sense a type of divine Love's final triumph over the human belief that matter is substance, or has power to impose limitations to Mind or man."

The resurrective sense is the ascending consciousness wherein one discerns the indestructible life of man, not as any part of material existence, but as a fact of his individual spiritual being, which is coexistent with infinite being. This spiritual rising has its inception in glorious glimpses of Spirit and of the spiritual nature of creation.

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