Miscellaneous Writings (1883-1896) by Mary Baker Eddy
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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endeavors of suppositional demons can never change the
current of that life from steadfastly flowing on to God,
its divine source.
   But, taking the livery of heaven wherewith to cover
iniquity, is the most fearful sin that mortals can commit.
I should have more faith in an honest drugging-doctor,
one who abides by his statements and works upon as
high a basis as he understands, healing me, than I could
or would have in a smooth-tongued hypocrite or mental
   Between the centripetal and centrifugal mental forces
of material and spiritual gravitations, we go into or we
go out of materialism or sin, and choose our course and
its results.  Which, then, shall be our choice, - the sinful,
material, and perishable, or the spiritual, joy-giving,
and eternal?
   The spiritual sense of Life and its grand pursuits is
of itself a bliss, health-giving and joy-inspiring.  This


sense of Life illumes our pathway with the radiance of
divine Love; heals man spontaneously, morally and
physically, - exhaling the aroma of Jesus' own words,
"Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden,
and I will give you rest."


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