What God gives can't be given up

Inalienable Rights

We could define "inalienable" as that which cannot be surrendered or taken away. But Webster supplies us this interesting statement, which goes a step further: "that is 'inalienable' which one cannot give away or dispose of even if one wishes."

Think of the possibilities implied by that statement—especially in light of Mrs. Eddy's words, "God has endowed man with inalienable rights, among which are self-government, reason, and conscience." Science and Health, p. 106; Whatever God has given cannot be surrendered under any circumstance!

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