Study the Platform XIII of XXXII

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Come study the platform with me from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy in the chapter called Science of Being, page 330. We’ll take one part of the platform each week for the next 32 weeks. We’ll read the words Mrs. Eddy has given us. Then, I’ll share with you some ideas that have come to me and then you get to share your ideas in the blog online in the comment area below.
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XIII. (The divine Principle and idea) The advent of Jesus of Nazareth marked the first century of the Christian era, but the Christ is without beginning of years or end of days. Throughout all generations both before and after the Christian era, the Christ, as the spiritual idea, — the reflection of God, — has come with some measure of power and grace to all prepared to receive Christ, Truth. Abraham, Jacob, Moses, and the prophets caught glorious glimpses of the Messiah, or Christ, which baptized these seers in the divine nature, the essence of Love. The divine image, idea, or Christ was, is, and ever will be inseparable from the divine Principle, God. Jesus referred to this unity of his spiritual identity thus: “Before Abraham was, I am;” “I and my Father are one;” “My Father is greater than I.” The one Spirit includes all identities.  S&H 333: 16

 Marsha:  The Christ has always been, is now, and forever will be inseparable from the divine Principle, God, for Christ is the spiritual idea, the reflection of God, which comes to those prepared to receive Christ, Truth. Christ, eternal Truth destroys what mortals seem to have learned from error, and man’s real existence as a child of God comes to light. S&H 288: 31-1 The Christ is here, all dreams of error breaking, unloosing bonds of all captivity.   Christian Science Hymnal 412

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