There Is Nothing Out of Reach of Truth

In fulfilling the needs of healing concerning the human body, there may be a tendency among some individuals to differentiate between external ailments, or what might be called surface diseases, and internal ills, those that are not obvious to the human sight. In some ways the external difficulties may seem more accessible and therefore easier to handle. There is no actual foundation for such a conclusion.

When we turn away from the material sense evidence as we are taught to do in Christian Science, there is little difference between the two types of disorder. They are both aggressive suggestions and should be handled in scientific treatment with equal confidence. When we see man as the image and likeness of God, we know him as idea, reflecting the substance and harmony of his divine Principle. There is no inside or outside to an idea.

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July 22, 1967
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