OBEDIENCE TO THE RULES LAID DOWN

When one begins the study of Christian Science, he may be at first merely a reader and be concerned largely with gaining an understanding of the letter of its teaching. He is being presented with new and quite absolute concepts of God, man, and the universe, concepts that may differ radically from what he has previously held and from what are the accepted beliefs of many religious faiths. He rejoices, however, each day in the added spiritual enlightenment which his study of Science brings. It is possible that for a time he may feel the need of talking with more experienced Christian Scientists and turning to them for physical and other help.

The time should come, however, when one should see that the teachings of Christian Science are not merely to be believed, but must be put into practical action if he is to become a spiritually scientific thinker. This involves a reasonable knowledge of the letter and a constantly growing demonstration of the spirit.

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INDESTRUCTIBLE IDENTITY
July 29, 1950
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