However mortal experience may obscure God's justice, that justice is a universal fact. Being universal, justice is available to all. By means of it, all good is possible of achievement. But to avail oneself of divine justice, one must understand its relation to God's law. Mary Baker Eddy makes these remarkable statements in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 391): "Justice is the moral signification of law. Injustice declares the absence of law."

It is obvious that one must obey divine law in order to benefit fully by its just provision and government. Christian Science explains divine law as the only law and proves its supremacy over every unjust repression that mortals may encounter, over so-called forces of matter, diseased beliefs, political tyranny, economic conditions, inherited tendencies, and personal domination. Always, God's will is the only real law, and His will is just.

November 30, 1957

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