Defining the Word: Treat


Dear readers, as you probably have noticed, some familiar words have an additional metaphysical meaning in Divine Science. One such word is “treat.”

To treat a person or situation is to go within and think about God. Do not take with you the person’s name or circumstance or outer condition. Know that you are now in God Mind, under God’s laws, the only power. Give no interest or label to the outer situation. Do not try to fix or change anything. Know what God is like. Be supremely confident that God is eternally all, both invisible and visible, and that all is well.

There is nothing to change except the thought. It is Truth that does the work.
Conclude on a note of peace.

Thousands of people since the mid 20th century have seen their troubles disappear when they used the Golden Key to rise higher in understanding: “Stop thinking about the problem, whatever it is, and think about God instead.” Emmet Fox, ordained Divine Science minister

“Let this mind be in you that was also in Christ Jesus…” Philippians 2: 5

Dear God, thank you that we are always in your loving Presence. Amen


 (Thoughts provided by Rev. Mary Emma Dryden ~ Sept 20, 2016)

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