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A Great Admission
When, through his consecrated study and application of Christian Science, an individual is led to admit to himself the unity of his true selfhood with God, wonderful things occur in his experience. This admission is an awakening to one's individuality as constituted of spiritual, Godlike qualities.
The declaration of man's oneness with God as His idea and the keeping of one's conduct consonant with this relationship help to awaken the student. But his admission of the godliness of his real being is the actual recognition of his identity as the son of God; and in the ratio that this sonship is understood, the illusion of a selfhood apart from God is dissipated.
Christ Jesus identified himself correctly as the Son of God, and the Master knew that his followers who so identified him could realize their own real being. He said (Matt. 10:32), "Whosoever ... shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven."
A Great Admission
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