Concord ExpressA Christian Science Study Resource
27 How can we do this Christianly scientific work? By intrenching ourselves in the knowledge that our true temple is no human fabrication, but the superstructure 30of Truth, reared on the foundation of Love, and pinnacled 3 3:1in Life. Such being its nature, how can our godly temple possibly be demolished, or even disturbed? Can eternity 3end? Can Life die? Can Truth be uncertain? Can Love be less than boundless? Referring to this temple, our Master said: “Destroy this temple, and in three days 6I will raise it up.” He also said: “The kingdom of God is within you.” Know, then, that you possess sovereign power to think and act rightly, and that nothing can dis‐9possess you of this heritage and trespass on Love. If you maintain this position, who or what can cause you to sin or suffer? Our surety is in our confidence that we are 12indeed dwellers in Truth and Love, man’s eternal mansion. Such a heavenly assurance ends all warfare, and bids tu‐mult cease, for the good fight we have waged is over, and 15divine Love gives us the true sense of victory. “They shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness of Thy house; and Thou shalt make them drink of the river of Thy 18pleasures.” No longer are we of the church militant, but of the church triumphant; and with Job of old we ex‐claim, “Yet in my flesh shall I see God.” The river of 21His pleasures is a tributary of divine Love, whose living waters have their source in God, and flow into everlasting Life. We drink of this river when all human desires are 24quenched, satisfied with what is pleasing to the divine Mind.
Perchance some one of you may say, “The evidence of 27spiritual verity in me is so small that I am afraid. I feel so far from victory over the flesh that to reach out for a present realization of my hope savors of temerity. Be‐30cause of my own unfitness for such a spiritual animus my 4 4:1strength is naught and my faith fails.” O thou “weak and infirm of purpose.” Jesus said, “Be not afraid”! 3“What if the little rain should say, ‘So small a drop as I Can ne’er refresh a drooping earth, 6I’ll tarry in the sky.’”
Is not a man metaphysically and mathematically num‐ber one, a unit, and therefore whole number, governed 9and protected by his divine Principle, God? You have simply to preserve a scientific, positive sense of unity with your divine source, and daily demonstrate this. Then you 12will find that one is as important a factor as duodecillions in being and doing right, and thus demonstrating deific Principle. A dewdrop reflects the sun. Each of Christ’s 15little ones reflects the infinite One, and therefore is the seer’s declaration true, that “one on God’s side is a majority.”
Who lives in good, lives also in God, — lives in all Life, 21through all space. His is an individual kingdom, his dia‐dem a crown of crowns. His existence is deathless, for‐ever unfolding its eternal Principle. Wait patiently on 24illimitable Love, the lord and giver of Life. Reflect this Life, and with it cometh the full power of being. “They shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness of Thy 27house.”