AN UNLIMITED INCOME

Who would not rejoice in the possession of an income which could be drawn upon for all rightful human needs and which would never diminish with use? Men's ideas of what constitutes abundance may vary, but all can agree upon its desirability.

The absolute knowledge of God and man reveals an income as unlimited as one's receptivity to spiritual ideas, and this knowledge is applicable in present human experience. Man is in truth the image and likeness of God, possessing through reflection constant joy and well-being. Man is not a struggling mortal, making efforts, frequently futile, to obtain things outside himself; but he is the compound idea of Mind, including now and forever the substance of all good. This is the man described in the first chapter of Genesis, and Christian Science teaches that in the proportion that men adhere to this true concept of man, they are able to discard by degrees the limitations of the unreal material creation described in the second chapter of Genesis.

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