THE INVISIBLE REAL

Until human thought is instructed by Christian Science, the effect of the physical senses is to dominate consciousness and to fill it with material impressions and sensations. One's daily life is likely to be involved largely with matter and with its interests and demands. But through Science the invisible things of Spirit, God, come to fill one's thought to the gradual exclusion of material concerns. Matter and its conditions are seen to be nothing more than transitory modes of thinking, which give way to unseen spiritual truths. The invisible ideas of God become real and substantial to the scientific thinker, who understands the unreality of the material and the power of the spiritual over it.

Moses was such a thinker, as the writer of Hebrews implied when he said of him (11:27), "By faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing the wrath of the king: for he endured, as seeing him who is invisible."

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