Learn to refuse the myth of matter

For the lesson titled "Matter" from September 10-16, 2012

Did you ever study mythology?  I learned that, although unquestionably believed by ancient Greeks and Romans, myths are fictitious—fables about imaginary situations, not to be accepted as true, real, or life-affecting. This week’s Bible Lesson exposes its subject, “Matter,” to be as flimsy and false as any other myth. The Lesson also reveals powerful truths with which we can replace matter’s limiting, obscure myths and find wholeness and freedom. 

The Golden Text (I Timothy 4:7, English Standard Version) provides a handy guide to measure every thought and act. We learn what to refuse: “Have nothing to do with irreverent, silly myths,” and what to do: “Rather train yourself for godliness.” The Lesson helps us apply this guide to our life.

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