SOMETHING TO DO

One of the principal objectives of the earnest student of Christian Science must always be the achievement of spiritual self-government. "Reflecting God's government, man is self-governed," declares the revered Founder of the Christian Science movement, Mary Baker Eddy, on page 125 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." Finding self-government involves a redemptive process. The Bible and the writings of our Leader are replete with step-by-step directions for attaining this goal, and we are aware as we study these master charts to the cherished estate of spiritual self-determination that there is always something for us to do in this attaining process.

An explorer seeking a beautiful and fruitful valley may suddenly reach an opening in the wilderness from which he glimpses this promised land after weary and futile wandering. At last he has the rewarding assurance of imminent fulfillment, and he is free to conform all his plans and expectations accordingly. But he must continue working his way toward the goal he has seen and, ultimately crossing the outer boundaries of this blossoming bind, seek by diligent effort to discover its inner riches to the fullest.

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