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Progression during probation.

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Announcements Forums Probation After Death – October 23rd, 2016 Progression during probation.

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    Michael Pupko

    I’m very grateful for this wonderful lesson which shows how through progression we can raise our understanding of God. A previous time this was the subject for the Lesson Sermon, I had a lot of misunderstanding of ‘probation after death’ that was clarified through the Roundtable discussion that week. This lesson teaches how to work through progression until as Mrs. Eddy states; S&H 46:30 “His students then received the Holy Ghost. By this is meant, that by all they had witnessed and suffered, they were roused to an enlarged understanding of divine Sci­ence, even to the spiritual interpretation and discernment of Jesus’ teachings and demonstrations, which gave them a faint conception of the Life which is God.”

    That is such a wonderful goal and I’m so grateful for the teachings on how to attain it!


    I love the fact that each day we each have opportunities to prove our progress through how we handle the false claims that come up. As we get better at mastering error we discern more of the present Christ in us. A continuous process well worth engaging in. SH 21:12-14 If honest, he will be in earnest from the start, and gain a little each day in the right direction, till at last he finishes his course with joy!

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