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Yielding perfectionism to God’s perfection
In my early twenties I recall hearing about, and admiring, Japanese companies that had the goal of bettering even their most successful products daily. I loved learning about this approach to business.
And I was even more thrilled when I learned about Christian Science, which guides us into the same expectancy for improvement in our individual lives. Christian Science reveals, and enables us to prove, that continuous improvement is a natural outcome of understanding and accepting the true nature of God, who the Bible says is perfect (see Matthew 5:48). I’ve had precious moments of understanding this spiritual truth that have brought resolution to tough situations at work and in church, to financial and relationship problems, and to the need for improved health. In this way it has been proved to me that thought uplifted by a spiritual consciousness of God’s perfection brings harmony out in our lives in very practical ways.
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