Good of undiminishing value

The nature of true good, that which supplies and enriches our lives, is eternal and is infinite. It is wholly spiritual, and we receive it in the form of spiritual ideas. This good is of undiminishing value. In fact its value to us constantly increases, and our lives are progressively enriched as we are steadfast in seeking good of Spirit. This is the treasure Christ Jesus spoke of as being in heaven, "where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal." Matt. 6:20. The Bible abounds with statement and proof of the eternal, infinite nature of God's treasury open to mankind.

"The first iniquitous manifestation of sin was a finity," we read in a chapter entitled "The Human Concept" by Mrs. Eddy. Earlier in the same paragraph is this: "Sin was, and is, the lying supposition that life, substance, and intelligence are both material and spiritual, and yet are separate from God." Retrospection and Introspection, p, 67.

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