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The Straight and Narrow Path

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    I had some quiet time at my office today and chose to listen to the Roundtable Discussion for August 12 of this year entitled, “From Sense to Soul.” These discussions provided by this church are so profound and give you so much to reflect on and to consider with regards to your progress in your development of spiritual sense and understanding God.

    In the past when I felt myself moving forward and advancing in my study and understanding of Christian Science; as brought out in this discussion, something would come along to try to steer you away from that path and unless you are really on guard, you can be caught up in that thought and then you realize you have been wasting your time and spinning your wheels entertaining matter and it has gotten you absolutely nowhere.

    This Church and all of its wonderful discussions provided through the weekly Bible Study and The Roundtable are a learning and disciplinary rod which keep you on that straight and narrow path which in turn furthers your advancement in your understanding of God and his relationship to man; moving you into the realm of spiritual sense.

    My gratitude and love for finding the Christian Science Church, Independent and its’ wonderful website is ongoing.



    Thanks, Pam. Recently, I learned that same lesson. I opened the door just a crack to the material world, and got clobbered, as it took me for a ride. Which was all good as it helped me to choose to stay on the straight and narrow.

    In the blue book, Notes on Mary Baker Eddy’s Course in Divinity, etc. On pg. 158, Mrs. Eddy writes: “For every material sacrifice there is a spiritual blessing. Right desire is the deepest form of prayer.”

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