"The day of salvation"

Mrs. Eddy writes: "Now cried the apostle, 'is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation,'—meaning, not that now men must prepare for a future-world salvation, or safety, but that now is the time in which to experience that salvation in spirit and in life. Now is the time for so-called material pains and material pleasures to pass away, for both are unreal, because impossible in Science."  Science and Health, p. 39;

The word "now" brings a joyous and helpful realization that now, today, no matter what the circumstances may be, we can start to work out our life's problems in a Christianly scientific way, assert our freedom, and be happy, well, and satisfied.

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