AN IMPREGNABLE DEFENSE

Defense is a serious question before the world. In order that we may be truly safe, our defense against evil must be with us at all times and inexpugnable under all circumstances. On page 103 of "Miscellaneous Writings," Mary Baker Eddy makes this revealing statement: "Intelligent Spirit, Soul, is substance, far more impregnable and solid than matter; for one is temporal, while the other is eternal, the ultimate and predicate of being."

True shelter costs something, but money cannot buy it. This something consists of the instant denial of fear, worry, depression, hatred, weakness, envy, self–righteousness, intolerance, of all that does not emanate from God, divine Mind, good. It also consists of the acknowledgment of the opposite of those errors: spiritual understanding, joy, love, purity, and strength, qualities which truly belong to man as the reflection of God.

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