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Justice and mercy

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    bruce
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    So many times in the lesson justice and mercy are used together. In Science and Health it says “A selfish and limited mind may be unjust, but the unlimited and divine Mind is the immortal law of justice as well as of mercy.” Many who cry out for mercy do so without relinquishing their selfish desires and wish to not have them exposed. They thereby try to circumvent the demand of justice. Those who embrace justice are in a position to experience divine mercy. Just like freedom and responsibility go hand in hand, so is it with justice and mercy.

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