True worship heals

True worship, or deep spiritual prayer, includes an unceasing, positive affirmation of divine reality. An effort to meditate on good human thoughts falls short of real worship, which clearly defines the boundary between spirituality and materiality. True worship represents a mental breakthrough, by which we put the fog of materiality behind us for a realization of the perfect presence of God. Mrs. Eddy understood this clearly: "A straight line finds no abiding-place in a curve, and a curve finds no adjustment to a straight line. Similarly, matter has no place in Spirit, and Spirit has no place in matter." Science and Health, p. 282;

Worshiping God brings deep, inner satisfaction. It calms the tumultuous, restless personality that claims to be our own. True worship includes the glowing elements of healing. A feeling of accomplishment pervades one's thoughts, and one realizes he has been in touch with a higher source.

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