Unsightly growth dissolves

As youngsters, my sister and I were pupils in a Methodist Sunday School. It was the closest church to where we lived, and we walked there every Sunday. (Our parents did not attend.) Even in college, I continued my church-going. 

After marriage to a Christian Scientist, I found answers in Christian Science to questions about God and life that I had not known before, and I joined a branch Church of Christ, Scientist. Up to that point I had no idea who God was. Christian Science gave me a clear idea of the nature of God and the distinction between Christ Jesus and the eternal Christ, which Jesus expressed and represented. Christian Science also enabled me to see that we are spiritual and not material, as Mary Baker Eddy explains in her answer to “What is man?” in the Christian Science textbook (see Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, pp. 475–477). 

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