The Practical Value of Spiritual Ideals

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

In the early days of my experience in Christian Science its teachings made a tremendous appeal because of their spiritual ideals, demanding the very highest motives and aims. As time went on, the practical value of these ideals was demonstrated as a basis of sound, healthy, and wholesome living.

Christian Science teaches the allness of God, Spirit, Mind, and the real man's relationship to Him as His perfect, spiritual reflection, sinless, pure, and holy. Science makes clear, however, that the human individual must not only claim his real selfhood as God's likeness but must also prove this selfhood by progressively eliminating from his consciousness everything unlike God, good.

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