Weighing the Human with the Divine

It is not uncommon for workers in Christian Science to hear the comment, "You would not be able to help me because you have never had an experience like mine." Recently a friend of the writer was perturbed because a mother had said to her, "You would not understand because you have never had any children."

At first, the would-be helper was tempted to believe that her usefulness could be limited. However, there soon came a strengthened conviction that Truths healing power did not depend upon the human experience of anyone, but upon the divine power, revealed in the understanding of the inseparable relationship of God and man, His perfect image and likeness.

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