"BOLDLY UNTO THE THRONE"

"A Christian Scientist can decide how he will have conditions." This statement by a Christian Science practitioner startled a man who for years had been trying to eliminate from his pursuits all will power, all outlining. But immediately the Bible parallel reassured him (Hebr. 4:16): "Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace." In paraphrase this might read, Let us therefore come boldly unto the omnipotence of Love.

Just as the practitioner was not sanctioning either human will or rigid planning, Paul was not counseling us to be impudent. Both, however, were striving to rouse us to our duty, as well as our right, of insisting upon perfection for ourselves and for others.

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