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How could that be? Doesn't everyone make mistakes, sometime or other? Isn't that why pencils have erasers? Don't we all learn through our mistakes?
Humanly speaking, yes. Mortals seem to make lots of mistakes—little ones and big ones. But God's idea, man, never makes them, and we can begin to demonstrate this unerring manhood.
Christian Science reveals God as Mind, the all-knowing and supreme intelligence of the universe. The divine Mind is precise, perfect, unerring. As the Scriptures declare, "His work is perfect." Deut. 32:4. And in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, states, "This Mind does not make mistakes and subsequently correct them." Science and Health, p. 206.
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