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An important part of religious study is asking oneself, "What does any part or all of what I'm studying have to do with me? How can I be a more enlightened, constructive individual because I have read and truly understood the material presented? How can I use it to pray scientifically for someone in need of help? How does it shed light for me on how to solve some problem in the world today?" In other words, one should study in such a way as to make it an inspirational experience and to have it become a platform on which to make daily individual demonstrations of spiritual power.

Students of Christian Science, who daily study the Lesson-Sermon in the Christian Science Quarterly, are aware of the great importance these lessons have for the prosperity of the movement. It is clear that more than a casual reading of the Bible and the correlative citations in Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy is required to realize the spiritual growth and the practical blessings such daily study can bring. A constantly searching attitude is essential.

The Vital Spark of Energy
August 16, 1969

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