BEING IS IMMORTAL

"Life is eternal," declares Mary Baker Eddy in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 246). She goes on to say: "We should find this out, and begin the demonstration thereof. Life and goodness are immortal." Our true individual life, the manifestation of God, divine Life, is without inception or termination. It is, according to Christian Science, in no way and at no time tainted with mortality.

Do we believe and understand these facts of real existence? Are we demonstrating a little more effectively each day the truth that our identity, our genuine being, is immortal? Or are we content to say or think, "Yes, I know that spiritual man is eternal, but I have not yet realized that status"? Sooner or later one must awaken to the fact that there is in reality no mortal man and that the only being one has is immortal.

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