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3    The Judaic religion consisted mostly of rites and ceremonies. The motives and affections of a man were of little value, if only he appeared unto men to fast. The 6great Nazarene, as meek as he was mighty, rebuked the hypocrisy, which offered long petitions for blessings upon material methods, but cloaked the crime, latent in thought, 9which was ready to spring into action and crucify God’s anointed. The martyrdom of Jesus was the culminating sin of Pharisaism. It rent the veil of the temple. It re12vealed the false foundations and superstructures of superficial religion, tore from bigotry and superstition their coverings, and opened the sepulchre with divine Science, 15 — immortality and Love.

Wilderness. Loneliness; doubt; darkness. Spontaneity of thought and idea; the vestibule in which a 18material sense of things disappears, and spiritual sense unfolds the great facts of existence.

Will. The motive-power of error; mortal belief; ani21mal power. The might and wisdom of God.

    “For this is the will of God.” (I Thessalonians iv. 3.)

24    Will, as a quality of so-called mortal mind, is a wrong-doer; hence it should not be confounded with the term as applied to Mind or to one of God’s qualities.

27Wind. That which indicates the might of omnipotence and the movements of God’s spiritual government, encompassing all things. Destruction; anger; mortal 30passions.

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