The "I" will go to the Father when meekness, purity, and love, informed by divine Science, the Comforter,
1lead to the one God: then the ego is found not in matter but in Mind, for there is but one God, one
3Mind; and man will then claim no mind apart from God. Idolatry, the supposition of the existence of many minds and more than one God, has repeated itself in all manner
6of subtleties through the entire centuries, saying as in the beginning, "Believe in me, and I will make you as gods;" that is, I will give you a separate mind from God
9(good), named evil; and this so-called mind shall open your eyes and make you know evil, and thus become material, sensual, evil. But bear in mind that a serpent
12said that; therefore that saying came not from Mind, good, or Truth. God was not the author of it; hence the words of our Master: "He is a liar, and the father of it;"
15also, the character of the votaries to "other gods" which sprung from it.
The sweet, sacred sense and permanence of man's
18unity with his Maker, in Science, illumines our present existence with the ever-presence and power of God, good. It opens wide the portals of salvation from sin, sickness,
21and death. When the Life that is God, good, shall ap- pear, "we shall be like Him;" we shall do the works of Christ, and, in the words of David, "the stone which the
24builders refused is become the head stone of the corner," because the "I" does go unto the Father, the ego does arise to spiritual recognition of being, and is exalted, —
27not through death, but Life, God understood.
Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved. — ACTS xvi. 31.
30The Scriptures require more than a simple admission and feeble acceptance of the truths they present; they
1require a living faith, that so incorporates their lessons into our lives that these truths become the motive-power
3of every act.