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Unfallen, Upright, Pure, and Free

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Announcements Forums Adam and Fallen Man – May 12th, 2019 Unfallen, Upright, Pure, and Free

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    “…man…will find himself unfallen, upright, pure, and free.” (S&H 171:8)
    I’ve always loved this quote about man, and have often used it to describe others and myself, and this morning this treatment came to me:

    I am unfallen — never fell from God’s love or out of grace; never fell in anyone’s estimation; never took a fall. I am upright — I have a backbone that stands for Truth, moral rectitude, never bending to an unprincipled demand. I am pure — my motives are pure and unselfish, my only desire is to serve God and practice Christian Science to the best of my ability. I am free — free from guilt, from resentment, from false responsibility, from any burden evil can lay upon me.
    Thank you, Lesson-writers for these Lesson Sermons.


    Thank you so much for elucidating this phrase–so wonderful!

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