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A. V. Stewart, 1908 - Christian Science - 46 pages

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Page 25 - But now we are delivered from the law, that being dead wherein we were held ; that we should serve in newness of spirit, and not in the oldness of the letter.
Page 19 - While material man and the physical senses receive no spiritual idea, and feel no sensation of Divine Love, spiritual man and his spiritual senses are drinking in the nature and essence of the Individual Infinite.
Page 39 - Prophet and Apostle have glorified God in secret prayer, and He has rewarded them openly. Prayer can neither change God, nor bring His designs into mortal modes; but it can and does change our modes and our false sense of Life, Love, and Truth, uplifting us to Him.
Page 19 - Is there a personal Deity ? God is Infinite. He is neither a limited mind nor a limited body. God is Love ; and Love is Principle, not person. What the person of the Infinite is, we know not ; but we are gratefully and lovingly conscious of the fatherliness of this Supreme Being.
Page 4 - Disease is more than imagination; it is a human error, a constituent part of what comprise the whole of mortal existence, — namely, material sensation and mental delusion. But an erring sense of existence, or the error of belief, named disease, never made sickness a stubborn reality.
Page 9 - knowledge, duly arranged and referred to general truths and principles on which it is founded, and from which it is derived.
Page 20 - Deity in a manlike mould, while Truth is moulding a Godlike man. When the term divine Principle is used to signify Deity it may seem distant or cold, until better apprehended. This Principle is Mind, substance, Life, Truth, Love. When understood, Principle is found to be the only term that fully conveys the ideas of God, — one Mind, a perfect man, and divine Science.
Page 30 - God pities our woes with the love of a Father for his child, — not by becoming human, and knowing sin, or naught, but by removing our knowledge of what is not. He could not destroy our woes totally if He possessed any knowledge of them. His sympathy is divine, not human.
Page 30 - Sympathy with sin, sorrow, and sickness would dethrone God as Truth, for Truth has no sympathy for error. In Science, the cure of the sick demonstrates this grand verity of Christian Science, that you cannot eradicate disease if you admit that God sends it or sees it.
Page 35 - He who pointed 9 the way of Life conquered also the drear subtlety of death. It was not to appease the wrath of God, but to show the allness of Love and the nothingness of hate, sin, and death, 1t that Jesus suffered.

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