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    “And the LORD commanded us to do all these statues, to fear the LORD our God, for our good always, that he might preserve us alive, as it is at this day.” (Deuteronomy) God’s supreme laws are given to us to obey for our own good, our own health, joy, prosperity and welfare. These laws have been expressed in the Ten Commandments, the Sermon on the Mount and elsewhere in the Bible and in our textbook Science and Health. In the story of Adam and Eve it was disobedience to God and to His laws that brought their seeming downfall. They had been living in paradise with every good thing provided for them. It wasn’t enough. Eve wanted to disobediently eat from the tree of good and evil, beguiled by the serpent’s lies. And Cain coveted and then killed his brother. God is a Good and loving God. He never punishes His creation. His laws are not harsh but for our own good. When we disobey, the mist comes up, the clouds roll in and the Adam dream begins. But always remember whatever the erroneous claim may be it is only a dream – a dream to be awakened from!

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