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Christianity is a universal religion. It excludes no one. It makes each individual important. And it meets every kind of human need. Christ Jesus said, "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." Matt. 11:28: The Master was directing all men to find their perfect identity in Christ, Truth, where man exists as the spiritual likeness of God.
Christian Science clarifies the meaning of Christianity as Jesus practiced it. For instance, this Science reveals man as the idea through which the divine character is expressed. And this is why the individual is so important. This is also why every evil quality of thought can be cast out as illegitimate and unreal.
Because Christian Science reveals the true concept of everyone, it is universal in its application. But it is also universal in its demands; it calls for the destruction of every limitation and inequality that material nature or evolution, environment or education, has sponsored. This must be done; but it takes some people longer than others to prove what they are in God's sight.
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Applying Intelligence to Strife
PAULINE B. RADER
Are We Reachable?
ALBERT HARRY BUEHMAN
First Things First
JULIA ANN WALKER
Humility Lets Us Listen
ELIZABETH B. EVERETT
"THERE MET HIM TEN"
Margaret E. Singleton
A Friend Is Not a Leaning Post
JEANNE COLETTE COLLESTER
Breaking the Barriers of Old Age
Helen Wood Bauman
Living in the Allness of Love
Alan A. Aylwin
My gratitude for Christian Science is very great...
Olof Carlsson with contributions from Gunborg Carlsson
About 1906 my grandmother became interested in Christian Science...
D. Arnold Phillips with contributions from Sarah F. Phillips
I owe my life and my well-being to Christian Science, for which...
Signs of the Times
Harold K. Johnson