DIVINE CONSCIOUSNESS

IN "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" Mary Baker Eddy writes (p. 531), "It is well that the upper portions of the brain represent the higher moral sentiments, as if hope were ever prophesying thus: The human mind will sometime rise above all material and physical sense, exchanging it for spiritual perception, and exchanging human concepts for the divine consciousness." Many have proved and are proving these words to be true through the study of Christian Science, for they are finding true existence in the consciousness of good, of God as the only Life. This consciousness brings peace of mind because men have found that all their needs can be met as the result of spiritual thinking.

In "Miscellaneous Writings" Mrs. Eddy says (p. 366): "The Scriptures give the keynote of Christian Science from Genesis to Revelation, and this is the prolonged tone: 'For the Lord He is God, and there is none beside Him.' And because He is All–in–all, He is in nothing unlike Himself; and nothing that worketh or maketh a lie is in Him, or can be divine consciousness." Divine consciousness neither conceives of nor knows anything which is not entirely good. We can experience nothing of which we are not conscious, and when we are truly conscious of God's presence, goodness, and love, we experience harmony.

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