Spiritually Based Immunity   2 comments

By Jürgen Kurt Stark

From the November 30, 2020 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel

As society seeks a solution to the current pandemic, including immunity from contagion, Christian Scientists willingly abide by any legal requirements. They do so in a spirit of neighborly love for others. 

However, Christian Science emphasizes the mental nature of what we experience. So while medical researchers look to the material body as the site of the problem and to a vaccine as a solution, followers of the Science of Christ identify matter-based thought as the cause of disease, and God-impelled thought as the cure, thereby following the biblical teaching that says of a man, “As he thinketh in his heart, so is he” (Proverbs 23:7). Whatever we accept in consciousness as our own thinking will sooner or later be made manifest in our experience. Hence the necessity not to admit into our consciousness anything that would belittle or deny the nature of God, good, and consequently, our own. …

“Watch, and pray daily that evil suggestions, in whatever guise, take no root in your thought nor bear fruit. Ofttimes examine yourselves, and see if there be found anywhere a deterrent of Truth and Love, and ‘hold fast that which is good,’ ” Mrs. Eddy instructs us (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, pp. 128–129). Refusing to give our consent to evil suggestions—negative and unchristly thoughts—refusing to give them life and holding to the reality of good will bring immunity from error of every kind—whether poverty, loneliness, sickness, or any other ill that plagues humanity. …

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2 responses to “Spiritually Based Immunity

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  1. Reading this article brought me the confidence to stand up against the mental suggestion that Life is frail.

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