MAKING IMPORTANT DECISIONS

Christian Science teaches that God is the all-knowing, all-seeing, and all-acting Mind and that man, the idea of this Mind, reflects its perfect knowing, seeing, and acting. Therefore, God's man is not confronted with the necessity of making decisions. He knows what to do and does it through the ability and understanding bestowed on him by God.

In human experience, however, the individual is faced with the responsibility of making many decisions. His ability to decide and act rightly comes through his persistent acknowledgment of the spiritual realities of existence set forth in Christian Science. By insisting that one is actually the son of God, a spiritual idea and not a mortal, one yields to the activity of the Christ, realizes his true selfhood, and thus identifies himself with the all-knowing, all-seeing, and all-acting Mind.

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