Make Nothing of It

A neighbor said to my mother a number of years ago, "Oh, just use Christian Science on your illness and pretend it isn't so." Later, my mother was healed in Christian Science after our family friend and physician had told her, in kindness, that medicine held no hope for her.

She soon found, in her study of this Science, that it does not ignore evil or "pretend it isn't so." The Christian Scientist makes nothing of evil in his thinking, and consequently in his experience, by recognizing it for what it is, a deceptive belief of the carnal mind, and by enlarging his concept of good. In Christian Science spiritual knowing cancels material believing.

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