"THE PERPETUAL DEMAND"

No matter what our human problem may appear to be, the need is always for spiritual illumination. Divine light is ever present and inexhaustible. It needs only to be understood and utilized. In "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy writes (p. 255), "Let there be light," is the perpetual demand of Truth and Love, changing chaos into order and discord into the music of the spheres." This "perpetual demand" is omnipotent. The light of Truth can and does penetrate and dispel the darkness of ignorance, fear, and sin.

The scientific fact is that there has never been a moment when order and harmony have not been permanently established in the realm of the real. God's kingdom is omnipresent. Whatever is not of God and His perfect creation cannot be part of man or his experience. Only to mortal sense could it ever seem otherwise, and mortal sense is self-deceived and deceiving. As human consciousness responds to God's "perpetual demand" for light, mortal sense yields to the revelation of man's spiritual inheritance as the child of God.

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