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God’s law of harmony
I am grateful for my study of Christian Science. This study has taught me that harmony is a law of God. This law of harmony does not depend on material conditions or on human situations or circumstances. At all times, the spiritual fact is that man is governed by the one, all-harmonious God. Sincerely and diligently putting this spiritual truth into practice, by understanding and trusting it, results in the overturning of material discords and the demonstration of harmony in our human experience.
In the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy writes about harmony as the law of God, and why we never have to consent to discord or error. She writes: “We cannot deny that Life is self-sustained, and we should never deny the everlasting harmony of Soul, simply because, to the mortal senses, there is seeming discord. It is our ignorance of God, the divine Principle, which produces apparent discord, and the right understanding of Him restores harmony” (p. 390).
Over the last year I have witnessed a number of demonstrations of spiritual harmony. These experiences have shown me that actually evil is unreal because God is all and is good, and that in reality we cannot have any enemies because we are all God’s children, the spiritual expression of His goodness. I will share one significant, precious example.
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