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Live unto him

The Bulletin Board is for gratitude for Christian Science and the Church, as well as timely excerpts from the Bible, the works of Mrs. Eddy, and the early workers that help and encourage. We are very grateful for all posts that conform to these guidelines, but will edit or remove anything that the Practitioners feel is not in complete accord with pure Christian Science or in any way disrespectful of it.

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    “…. that he (Christ Jesus) died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him, which died for them, and rose again.” (II Corinthians) What a meaningful statement to think about this Easter week. Here we are being reminded one of the most important ways to truly show proper gratitude for the supreme sacrifice made by Christ Jesus is to live for him – not to live our own selfish, self-centered little lives but to live for him. To do all for the glory of God, to give our lives to Him and to be used for His good purpose. What better way is there to show our heartfelt gratitude for God, Christ Jesus, for Mary Baker Eddy and for Christian Science than this? There is none.


    Thank you for this beautiful post. How meaningful it is to live for him who gave his life for us. I am very grateful to God, Christ, Mrs. Eddy, and am very grateful to Plainfield to be shown the way and given opportunities to work for His purpose, instead of just a self-centered existence.

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