IN MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS, Mary Baker Eddy answered the question "Do you believe in change of heart?" The reply was that she did "believe, and understand—which is more—that there must be a change from human affections, desires, and aims, to the divine standard, 'Be ye therefore perfect;' The human affections need to be changed from self to benevolence and love for God and man; changed to having but one God and loving Him supremely, and helping our brother man" ( p. 50 ).
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