The Last Enemy Becomes a Witness

Death is a subject for much speculation. A key point of most of the world's religions is what happens, or what does not happen, after death. Obituary columns record a death as "entered into rest." The poet Whitman referred to it as "the unknown region." Bach wrote a choral prelude entitled "Come, sweet death." Philosophies speak of death as departing to another room, passing over a horizon, or oblivion. But Christian Science disagrees with all of these. There is no death!

Life is not in matter; Life is God, divine Principle, the All-in-all. Life never dies. Matter cannot lose life, for it has none. Man, the image of God, always reflects Life. To know this is to live.

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