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From the April 1889 issue of The Christian Science Journal

It is to reach a clear understanding of man's eternal existence as the expression or likeness of the Mind which is immortal Love, for as long as the mind exists it must have its expression, and this eternal Mind is God: It is to realize the character of Mind and its manifold emanations as wholly good, spiritual, perfect, free from impurity, sin, sickness, and death, for in God is no evil. "He is too pure to behold iniquity; and because of His omnipresence, only good can have presence and power:" It is to come to the understanding of Jesus Christ as our Saviour through his realization of the fact just stated, and his demonstration over the false beliefs of mortal thought, that cloud our spiritual vision or true consciousness of being.