"Seek safety in divine Science"

Since the beginning of time mankind has been forced by the elements of earth or by enemies to find a place of refuge from danger. Prehistoric men sought safety from weather and wild beasts in caves. As humanity progressed, castles, forts, garrisons, and so on provided means of safety. During World War I and World War II people under attack fled to bomb shelters.

Mankind has now reached a stage where it recognizes that human safety cannot be completely found in material structures. The advent of the atomic age with the intense, destructive force of nuclear power is compelling mankind to doubt the ability of material places or structures to provide safety.

How do students of Christian Science face this problem? In the Bible is this comforting verse: "The name of the Lord is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe." Prov 18:10: And Mrs. Eddy writes: "The miracle of grace is no miracle to Love.Jesus demonstrated the inability of corporeality, as well as the infinite ability of Spirit, thus helping erring human sense to flee from its own convictions and seek safety in divine Science." Science and Health, p. 494;

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April 22, 1967

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