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[“Prayer for Christians,” From the Editors, May 26, 2014, issue]

When praying about this issue, I love to work with Mary Baker Eddy’s “Communion, June 4, 1899,” in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, where she writes: “Truth crushed to earth springs spontaneously upward, and whispers to the breeze man’s inalienable birthright—Liberty. ‘Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.’ God is everywhere. No crown nor sceptre nor rulers rampant can quench the vital heritage of freedom—man’s right to adopt a religion, to employ a physician, to live or to die according to the dictates of his own rational conscience and enlightened understanding” (p. 128). I have seen great results when applying this as a law to religious disputes and the right for each individual to choose the way he is to worship.

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