Love's rule—"I am All"

When the saving grace and love of Christianity was a new message to the world, many of the letters to the young Church emphatically reminded the early Christians of the continuing need of moral and spiritual discipline in thought and action. Today, Christian Science reiterates that Christly healing requires both obedience in Truth and inspired commitment in Love.

Christian disciplining of the human mind implies being and doing good. It means placing limits on error and forcing thought to stretch for higher levels. It involves mental purification such as Christ Jesus taught in the Sermon on the Mount. The Master's discipline is a striving to gradually exchange human, material concepts for spiritual ideas from God that come through prayer.

Parenting, children, and God
August 27, 1984

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