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MATTER AS FINITE YIELDING TO THE INFINITE – 6 

Progress takes off human shackles. The finite must yield to the infinite. Advancing to a higher plane of action, thought rises from the material sense to the spiritual, from the scholastic to the inspirational, and from the mortal to the immortal. All things are created spiritually. Mind, not matter, is the creator. Love, the divine Principle, is the Father and Mother of the universe, including man. (Eddy, Mary Baker, Science and Health With Key To The Scriptures.

P.256:1)

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MATTER AS FINITE YIELDING TO THE INFINITE – 2 

For matter to be matter, it must have been self-created. Mind has no more power to evolve or to create matter than has good to produce evil. Matter is a misstatement of Mind; it is a lie, claiming to talk and disclaim against Truth; idolatry, having other gods; evil, having presence and power over omnipotence!  (Eddy, Mary Baker, Miscellaneous Writings, p.173:32)

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MATTER AS FINITE YIELDING TO THE INFINITE – 1 

Mortals must look beyond fading, finite forms, if they would gain the true sense of things. Where shall the gaze rest but in the unsearchable realm of Mind? We must look where we would walk, and we must act as possessing all power from Him in whom we have our being.  (Eddy, Mary Baker, Science and Health With Key To The Scriptures. P 264:7)

 

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Mark 14:23 – 4

That which bloomed out of the life of Jesus, filling the world with the odor of divinity, was the ensample for man, and this coincidence of the human and the divine must yet appear in our lives.  It may take a longer life than that of mortals to quicken it into vitality.  Buried deep it may be from human sight, and lying dormant for thousands of years, like the wheat found in Egyptian tombs, but in the Father’s house, — the many chambers of Soul — it must sometime fully disclose its identity with the spirit of Jesus.  Heaven only knows what searching methods, what agonies, what ages of crime, what revolutions, may be required for this imperishable germ of greatness and goodness, to struggle up to freedom.   Mary Baker Eddy    (Carpenter, Gilbert, Fragments Gathered From Items Ascribed to Mary Baker Eddy, p.44)