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The Doom of All Oppression

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Announcements Forums Christ Jesus — August 30th, 2020 The Doom of All Oppression

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    Science and Health, p.227 : 14-26
    Discerning the rights of man, we cannot fail to foresee the doom of all oppression. Slavery is not the legitimate state of man. God made man free. Paul said, “I was free born.” All men should be free. “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” Love and Truth make free, but evil and error lead into captivity.

    This is comforting and reassuring and true because of its “Source.” No form of oppression is from God. And as promised all oppressing false senses will yield to the Truth! God made ALL His children free and much gratitude to James Montoomery for his adapted Hymn # 75. The first stanza reads:

    God comes, with succor speedy,
    To those who suffer wrong;
    To help the poor and needy,
    And bid the weak be strong;
    He comes to break oppression,
    To set the captive free,
    To take away transgression,
    And rule in equity.

    With this we can have more faith in the freedom that God gives, from sickness and every form of oppression. Oh what great inheritance we have!We must know what is ours and pray that everyone will be awakened to this GREAT LOVE OF GOD!

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