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Christian Science Bible Lessons

July 24,1898
LOVE.

- Section 4 -

 

I John 4:20
20 If a man say, I love God, and
hateth his brother, he is a liar: for
he that loveth not his brother whom
he hath seen, how can he love God
whom he hath not seen?


366:12 Chapter 12: Christian Science Practice

 

Chapter 12: Christian Science Practice
Divine Science understood and acknowledged. 

Christian Unity (1) 

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For Christian Science brings to view
The great I Am,-
Omniscient power,- gleaming through
Mind, mother, man. 

And Love is reflected in love. 

Cardinal point 1 - Column 3 - Extended



(The true physician)
The physician who lacks sympathy for his fellow-being is
deficient in human affection, and we have the apostolic warrant
for asking: "He that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how
can he love God whom he hath not seen?" Not having this spiritual
affection, the physician lacks faith in the divine Mind and has
not that recognition of infinite Love which alone confers the
healing power. Such so-called Scientists will strain out gnats,
while they swallow the camels of bigoted pedantry.


3:12 Chapter 1: Prayer


(The spiritual mathematics)
The Divine Being must be reflected by man, - else man is not the
image and likeness of the patient, tender, and true, the One
"altogether lovely;" but to understand God is the work of
eternity, and demands absolute consecration of thought, energy,
and desire.

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