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The risen Christ

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    Sharon
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    One thing I learned when I was new to Christian Science and this church is that we celebrate the “risen Christ.” Some religions dwell on the crucifixion, but we see the risen Christ which annuls the belief of death. That takes this time of year from a heavy, depressing time to a happy, joyous time. In Science and Health on page 331 it says, “Therefore in Spirit all is harmony, and there can be no discord: all is Life, and there is no death. Everything in God’s universe expresses Him.”

    Emphasizing the positive teaches us that with God all things are possible. Jesus raised the dead many times and showed us the way. Love for God and mankind and a clear understanding of Christian Science is needed to be able to accomplish this.

    I am grateful for this church and what I am learning here.

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