THE IMPORTANT QUESTION

That divine thoughts are available to humanity at all times and in all circumstances, that their acceptance and exercise delivers from fear, from sickness, from sin, from every ill, is the teaching of Christian Science. This was the theology of Christ Jesus; this is what he taught and proved, calling on others to follow his example.

"Are thoughts divine or human? That is the important question," writes Mary Baker Eddy on page 462 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." In Christian Science we learn how to answer that question. We learn that divine thoughts are the only ones having reality or power. As we commence to discard that which denies, contradicts, and misinterprets the divine, the wholly negative nature of material thinking is recognized. It is seen that such thoughts must of necessity be tentative, exploratory, hypothetical. On the other hand, the more positive and practical the adoption of divine thoughts in their place, the greater is our ability to bring health and harmony into our lives.

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