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Healing is inevitable

From the July 2020 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Healing is inevitable. Through my study and practice of Christian Science, I’ve seen firsthand that healing as Jesus taught is still possible today. And now I understand that healing through Christian Science is not only possible, it’s inevitable. I know that sounds radical, but it’s true. A man named James Rome gave me my first glimpse of this fact, and then a book led me to understand its validity and embrace it as an ever-true promise. 

In early 1906, James Rome was a night watchman during the building of the Extension of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. During this time he observed many difficult problems with the work that threatened to significantly delay the planned opening. Yet, each obstacle was overcome, and construction proceeded apace. After the building was completed on time, Mr. Rome sent a letter to Mary Baker Eddy reflecting on what he’d observed during construction:

“To watch the transformation has been very interesting indeed, and the lessons I have learned of the power of divine Mind to remove human obstructions have been very precious.… 

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