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Christian Science Bible Lessons

July 3,1898
GOD.

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Psalm 100:5
5 For the Lord is good; his mercy
is everlasting; and his truth
endureth to all generations.

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Mark 10:18
18 And Jesus said unto him, Why
callest thou me good? there is none
good but one, that is, God.


119:21 Chapter 6: Science, Theology, Medicine

 

Chapter 6: Science, Theology, Medicine
The rights of woman acknowledged
morally, civilly, and socially. 

Christmas Eve (2)

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For heaven's Christus, earthly Eves, 
By Adam bid, 
Make merriment on Christmas eves, 
O'er babe and crib. 

Thy kingdom is come,
 Thou art ever-present.

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(God and nature)
God is natural good, and is represented only by the idea of
goodness; while evil should be regarded as unnatural, because it
is opposed to the nature of Spirit, God.


330:25-26 Chapter 10: Science of Being - [PLATFORM]

 

Chapter 10: Science of Being
Divine Science understood and acknowledged.  

I thank Thee O Father,...

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Thus olden faith's pale star now blends 
In seven-hued white! 
Life, without birth and without end, 
Emitting light! 

Give us grace for to-day;
feed the famished affections. 

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(-3- Evil obsolete)
III. The notion that both evil and good are real is a delusion
of material sense, which Science annihilates.

286:16-19 Chapter 10: Science of Being

(Goodness a portion of God)
In the Saxon and twenty other tongues good is the term for
God. The Scriptures declare all that He made to be good, like
Himself, - good in Principle and in idea.


78:28 Chapter 4: Christian Science versus Spiritualism

 

Chapter 4: Christian Science versus Spiritualism
The love of the good and beautiful, and their immortality. 

Seeking and Finding.

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What the Beloved knew and taught, 
Science repeats, 
Through understanding, dearly sought, 
With fierce heart-beats;  

Adorable One.

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(Spirit intangible)
Spirit blesses man, but man cannot "tell whence it cometh." By
it the sick are healed, the sorrowing are comforted, and the
sinning are reformed. These are the effects of one universal God,
the invisible good dwelling in eternal Science.

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