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Safe in Spirit
Everyone can be assured of safety, even though where and how to find it as something permanent may seem an enigma to some of us. If that's the case, we need to consider what safety really is. True safety is a spiritual condition that all may enjoy right now. We can do this through our understanding that man, God's spiritual and beloved child, is always safe and cared for under the protection of divine law.
Thousands of individuals are finding the real definition of safety through the study of Christian Science. They are demonstrating its efficacy in their daily experience, according to their sincere application of it. There is a universal court of appeal in God, Spirit. All may claim their immunity from evil as citizens of God's kingdom, governed by His law of harmony. In this kingdom, or consciousness, of Love we find the true brotherhood of man and every individual safe in Spirit.
To demonstrate true safety, we need to reject as untrue, unreal, and powerless the discordant evidence of material sense and to accept the spiritual realities of perfect, God-created being. This does not mean we begin to look through the false belief—the materially mental haze—to where we can see the spiritually perfect man (Mind's idea), not the counterfeit mortal.
Victors, Not Victims
GEORGE W. LEDBETTER
Walking with God
GEORGIANA LIEDER LAHR
Thoughts Not Our Own
Safe in Spirit
HIS ANGELS DELIVER
B. Lois McKay
The Snakes, the Bees
LINDA ANNE GRIDLEY
ROBERT G. RAFFERTY
Stanley John York
THE EVERLASTING REDWOOD
Baron J. Woodward (written at age 10)
One Law to Practice
Carl J. Welz
Comfort for Widows and Widowers
Until after my marriage I attended a church of another...
Dorothy Alexandra Speight with contributions from Arthur Speight
I am grateful for spiritual progress
Mary Katharine Roberts Bowers
I feel I would not be here today were it not for Christian Science
Martha J. Gilliland with contributions from Althea A. Whiteside
At one time I had frequent attacks of pain in my stomach
Audrey H. Walter
In everything we do, the correct approach is the one that...
Georgette L. Adams
Letters to the Press
Robert W. Newell