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God's Eternal Universal Perfection

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Announcements Forums Everlasting Punishment – May 1st, 2016 God's Eternal Universal Perfection

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    We are each God’s perfect reflection and have the God-given ability to maintain that perfection. “..man is found having no righteousness of his own, but in possession of ‘the mind of the Lord,’ as the Scripture says.” S&H 291:16-18 We each must face anything that would try to divert us; no one can do it for us, and that’s a good thing. “The Christian Science God is universal, eternal, divine Love, which changeth not and causeth no evil, disease, nor death.” S&H 140:25-27 “When man demonstrates Christian Science absolutely, he will be perfect. He can neither sin, suffer, be subject to matter, nor disobey the law of God.” S&H 372: 14-16 There is only good.


    If that isn’t wonderfully encouraging, then what is? Thank you, Lil.

    “We each must face anything that would try to divert us…” Yes, I must make an effort. But when I think how God is taking care of each of us 24/7, there’s no excuse for me not to make an effort! “He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully.” (II Corin. 9)

    Thank you for this beautiful reminder of the awesome-ness of God’s creation: there is only good!

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