No penalty for doing good

God's law of good always rewards honest and charitable motives. But mortal existence turns things upside down. So-called material law would attempt to invert this divine rule and suggest that the good thing one does may open him up to penalty or punishment. Divine Science comes to the rescue and obliterates this mistake; it shows how healing results when we challenge this specific inversion—and turn things right side up again.

A man came down with a cold. While human reasoning may have attributed the cause of the illness to his strenuous efforts to aid some friends, he refused to submit to such an erring line of thought. In fact, his recognition that God overturns injustice dissolved the symptoms.

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