“The Law of Harmony and Christian Science Healing” — Talk by Josh Niles, CSB

Josh Niles, CSB
The Law of Harmony and
Christian Science Healing

Josh Niles, CSB – from Boise, Idaho

Josh will talk about how harmony is actually a constant and consistent law of God and how Mary Baker Eddy’s discovery of these divine laws, which have been in operation throughout all time, can be brought to bear in any circumstance through holy inspired prayer.  Christ Jesus mapped the way for all mankind to better understand God and feel His undiminished love which leads to harmony and healing.  Josh will share examples of healing through Christian Science from his own life to help illustrate that everyone can experience the kind of harmony and healing that Jesus pointed to in his ministry.

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Further Thoughts

SH 209:31-32
“Spiritual sense is a conscious, constant capacity to understand God.”

– Take some time to really cherish your spiritual sense…your consistent capacity to understand and reflect good.

– Take some specific time to cherish the spiritual sense that is endowed in every child, women and man that your thought reaches out to…wether that’s watching the news, at school or at the grocery store.

John 8:12
“Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.”

SH 293:28
“Christian Science brings to light Truth and its supremacy, universal harmony, the entireness of God, good, and the nothingness of evil.”

– Allow the light of Truth to reveal your spiritual substance…the spiritual qualities that God shines through you.

Mis. 224:11-25 (to ,)
“We should remember that the world is wide; that there are a thousand million different human wills, opinions, ambitions, tastes, and loves; that each person has a different history, constitution, culture, character, from all the rest; that human life is the work, the play, the ceaseless action and reaction upon each other of these different atoms. Then, we should go forth into life with the smallest expectations, but with the largest patience; with a keen relish for and appreciation of everything beautiful, great, and good, but with a temper so genial that the friction of the world shall not wear upon our sensibilities; with an equanimity so settled that no passing breath nor accidental disturbance shall agitate or ruffle it; with a charity broad enough to cover the whole world’s evil, and sweet enough to neutralize what is bitter in it…”