"Through all space"

That man cannot be confined by time and matter and space is a fact which Christian Science explains. Christ Jesus proved this when he appeared to his disciples, walking on the sea after they had rowed about twenty-five or thirty furlongs from the shore. We read of this experience in the sixth chapter of John. The record says (verse 21), "Then they willingly received him into the ship: and immediately the ship was at the land whither they went."

The master Christian was not merely working a miracle; all that he ever accomplished was purposeful and held great metaphysical lessons for mankind. Was Jesus not proving that man is not flesh and blood, existing in a geographical spot, held in bondage to beliefs about matter? Was he not teaching that man is a spiritual, incorporeal being, unconfined by matter, reflecting omnipresent Mind, infinite Life?

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