LIVE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

"Am I really living Christian Science?" Every student of Christian Science would do well to ask himself this question. Mary Baker Eddy says (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 160), "To live so as to keep human consciousness in constant relation with the divine, the spiritual, and the eternal, is to individualize infinite power; and this is Christian Science."

How can the student keep his thought in constant relation with those things that are true, and so live Christian Science? In her writings Mrs. Eddy urges her followers to observe constant watchfulness and prayer in order more fully to demonstrate Christian Science. Our Leader often uses the word constant to express the extent to which her students should keep truth uppermost in their thinking. The word constant comes from the Latin verb meaning to stand firm, and thus allows no deviation from steadfast adherence to right thinking.

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