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When error confronts you

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    “When error confronts you, withhold not the rebuke or the explanation which destroys error. Never breathe an immoral atmosphere unless in the attempt to purify.” (S&H) These are the words that are inscribed on the wall over the heads of where the 1st and 2nd Readers sit in The Mother Church, in full view of the entire congregation. Mrs. Eddy chose these words herself. She did not choose, “God is Love” which is in the original Church edifice. She knew what would happen to her Church if these instructive words were not heeded -and it has! This quote from our textbook, served as a warning for all time, and to all people, in all places. And yet how many even notice or realize the deep import of her command? And it is a command – not a suggestion! “As in Jesus’ time, so to-day, tyranny and pride need to be whipped out of the temple, and humility and divine Science to be welcomed in.” (S&H)


    And so those qualities have No place anywhere else; in our homes, all levels of government, businesses, schools and certainly Churches. If Christ Jesus himself was that humble,it is enough for us all to follow His example. He is our Exemplar, The Wayshower right?

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