"Be kindly affectioned"

"Divine Love, understood, is evidenced inkindly affection...to all mankind"

In his letter to the church at Rome, Paul gave wise counsel that we can ponder prayerfully and act upon practically. He wrote (Rom. 12:10), "Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love." What is our understanding of love? Do we practice what we understand? The nature of love cannot be understood through human intellectualism; it cannot be regarded as a cold abstraction. Christian Science teaches that some of the God-derived elements which constitute love are kindness, gentleness, unselfishness, goodness, purity, and forbearance.

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Christian Science in School Affairs
February 10, 1962
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