Looking around at the world (or even closer to home), you might conclude that confusion, conflict, pain, and suffering are inescapable and will go on forever—and that it might be your fault because of this-or-that wrong thing you’ve done that will never be forgiven. But if you turn from the past toward a merciful God that is the creator of everlasting good, intelligence, Love, who loves you no matter what, you can begin to see a more hopeful scene that leads to healing.
Join us this Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. for our lesson-sermon, “Everlasting Punishment” to explore what this means for your life, and how to experience everlasting good.
Here are a couple citations from the lesson:
Remember not the sins of my youth, nor my transgressions: according to thy mercy remember me for thy goodness’ sake, O Lord. — Psalms 25:7
…mortals need only turn from sin and lose sight of mortal selfhood to find Christ, the real man and his relation to God, and to recognize the divine sonship. — Science and Health p. 316
Our Sunday church service includes hymns, a scriptural selection, a solo, prayer, and a sermon based on readings from the Bible, with related readings from the book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, the discover and founder of Christian Science.
Stop by the Reading Room to read the lesson-sermon in advance or to read an article related to this week’s sermon.