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Metaphysical Application Ideas for the Weekly Bible Lesson on the subject
“Probation After Death” for the week of April 20 – 26, 2009
Prepared by Janet Hegarty, C.S. of St. Louis, MO

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One summer two robins built their nest on our back porch. It was fascinating to watch the nest come together and then, eventually, to see the baby birds appear. The tiny birds were well fed and carefully protected. They grew quickly and each day the nest became more crowded. One morning we looked out the kitchen window and saw one of the young birds perched on the edge of the nest. As we watched, he eagerly flapped his wings and flew to a nearby branch and then he joyfully hopped about in the tree and continued to test out his flying skills. Soon, another young bird perched on the side of the nest and took flight, and then another. The last bird, though, just couldn’t bring himself to take off. He perched on the side of the nest all right, but he just stayed there – for hours. Out in the yard, the other young birds, under the watchful eyes of their parents, had made great progress with their flying skills. About mid-afternoon, when the early flyers had gained their full independence, flying freely and finding their own food, the parents turned their attention to the little fellow still perched on the nest. The mother bird found a worm and sat on a branch in full view of the nest. Her message was clear, “This worm is for you, but only if you come and get it yourself.” Time passed, the mother bird didn’t give in, and at last the young bird gave his wings a try. The mother bird gave him his reward and then watched over him from a distance until he, too, had gained his full independence. This scene illustrates the kind of loving persistence that our Father-Mother God showers on each of us as we work to discover who we really are. This is our probation, our time for trying our wings under the watchful eye of divine Love. And the good news is, this process continues to go on, even after what we call death, until each of us discovers and proves our true, perfect, spiritual selfhood.

Golden Text: You won’t want to miss this call! The Christ is constantly calling us. It urges us to wake up, to awake from the dream of limited material life, to awake to the generosity of immortal Life. The voice of the Christ calls us when we are tempted to criticize others, it says, “There is no need to criticize. You know if there is really a problem here your Father-Mother God, through his perfect justice and mercy, will set things straight. Your job is to love, to shine your light on the permanent goodness of Life, and to leave everything else in God’s care.” When we feel jealous of another’s good and are tempted to get back at them by making them look bad, the Christ calls us, and asks, “Why would you go down that dead-end street? Remember, it’s not possible for anyone to have more good than you do. Divine Love loves you and all without any limitations. Celebrate your friend’s good fortune with him and soon you’ll see more good appear in your own life.” When we think we feel sick, the Christ calls us, and says, “Don’t be afraid and don’t be fooled by those feelings. There is no danger in all of God’s creation. You are in good health and nothing will ever change that fact.” This week, keep the following thoughts from Hymn 5 in mind. They will encourage you to always answer the call of the Christ: “A voice from heaven we have heard, the call to rise from earth … then heed high heaven’s call. Obey the voice of Truth, arise, and let not fear enthrall.” (Christian Science Hymnal #5)

Responsive Reading: Don’t be afraid to go forward, God is your sure help and guide to everlasting Life.
Sometimes we argue against our own spiritual progress.  We act like that last little bird clinging to the nest, hanging on to what is familiar; reluctant to accept change in ourselves, even when we know that the thing we are hanging onto is no longer useful.  We are so familiar with the limited narrow way that we have identified ourselves that we argue against our ability to go forward.  We should watch carefully to be sure that we are not fooled by familiar thoughts that would keep us in the past, thoughts like – I can’t do that, or I’ve always been that way. When you hear these kinds of suggestions it is well to remember, after that last little bird left the nest, none of the birds ever returned to that nest, they had all outgrown it.  Even though their time in the nest had been a happy time, their future happiness was only to be found by going forward.  In Science and Health, Mary Baker Eddy writes, “When outgrowing the old you should not fear to put on the new.” (452:10-11) The verses of the Responsive Reading reveal the spirit behind Mrs. Eddy’s thought.  The speaker is eager to go forward. He is ready to be changed, ready to let go of his old (materially satisfying) ways and confidently prepared to actively embrace each new spiritual direction.  He is confident that God is guiding him each step of the way. How could he possibly lose anything that is good or needful with God as his guide? Even though the mother bird was guiding the little bird into unknown territory, that unknown territory was overflowing with life, there were new skills to be learned, new adventures to be had.  There was a magnificent world waiting to be enjoyed and explored.  Follow the Psalmist’s lead: As you faithfully seek to awake to God’s likeness in yourself, go forward with great expectations, confident that your Father-Mother, God is watching over you every step of the way.

Section 1: Immortal life is not the outcome of death; it is the result of probation and progress.  Goodness, love, unselfishness, kindness, and forgiveness are all spiritual qualities.  These qualities of thought and action are immortal.  They express the “Christian character” (S5) which Jesus taught through his two great commandments, “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul and with all thy mind.”  And “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.” (Matt 22:37, 39)  These commandments turn our focus away from earthly, self-centered activities and instead focus our energies on God-centered activities, those activities that bring a blessing to all.  “The mind set on the flesh is death, but the mind controlled by the Spirit is life and peace.”  (B 2) (New International Version, NIV)  When we are motivated by the commandments of Jesus, we are daily answering the “voice of the Son of God,” we are answering the call to come to life, to be resurrected from the grave of “inferior motives” like selfishness, hatred, and dishonesty. (B3)(S4)  The good in man will answer the call of the Christ.  Death is not the doorway to eternal Life as some have suggested.  Life, is the beginning of man and the end of man. (S2)  “Man’s probation after death is the necessity of his immortality; for good dies not and evil is self-destructive, therefore evil must be mortal and self-destroyed.” (Mis. 2:21-25)  Each hour we have the opportunity to choose eternal Life, to demonstrate our oneness with God, with Life, to enter heaven.  Don’t delay, choose Life today!

Section 2: Have courage and act on your prayers.  The life of Enoch was different than the lives of other men of his time.  The times, when he lived on the earth, were violent times.  But Enoch had the courage to be different.  “In all his actions he recognized the duty which he owed to God; from none of his thoughts was God absent; he lived in communion with Him.” (Dummelow)  “Enoch walked with God.” (B8)  He lived his daily life as if he was in the presence of God.  He lived so close to God, Life that “he was translated,” and never died. (Westminster)  The spiritual awareness of Enoch gave him courage to act on his prayers even though they were contrary to the evidence of the material senses. (S9)  Through our prayers we are given spiritual awareness, too, and this awareness and understanding of God gives us the courage we need to act on our prayers.  One morning while I was praying I heard a loud noise.  A red-bellied woodpecker had run into the window and was lying still on the concrete patio outside.  It was a cool day and it seemed that the compassionate thing to do would be to pick the bird up off of the cold hard concrete.  However, as a child I had been taught that it was dangerous to touch a wild animal.  But, my prayers earlier had reassured me that there was no disease or danger in God’s creation.  This gave me the courage I needed to overcome my fears and act on my prayers.  I gently picked up the bird and held him in my hand.  As I prayed I realized that the bird didn’t contain life he reflected Life.  I knew that Life, God, was just the same as it had been before the bird flew into the window.  I rejoiced in the presence and power of Life.  After about a half-hour with no response from the bird, I decided to speak directly to the bird.  I began to speak and a few minutes later, he suddenly spun his head around so that he could see where the sound had come from.  We were both surprised at his sudden movement! In a short time he perched on my hand and then flew off into a nearby tree.  Live close to God like Enoch did and never hesitate to act on your prayers.

Section 3: Consistent effort wins the prize.  All worthwhile activities are accomplished through consistent, patient effort.  The best pianist practices for many hours every day.  The best runner achieves his goals through rigorous workouts and persistent effort.  An excellent figure skater is always on the ice and if you’re looking to find the tennis pro you will find him with racket in hand on the tennis court.  A successful person doesn’t wait until tomorrow to practice their craft, they do it today and every day, without fail.  The same is true for spiritual progress, it requires consistent daily effort. (B10, B11)  Polycarp, was devoted to his spiritual study. (S12)  He was a teacher in the early church and he was also appointed by the Apostle John to be the Bishop of Smyrna.  When the Christians at Smyrna were persecuted, Polycarp’s friends begged him to deny his faith so that he could live.  He told them, “No, Eighty and six years have I served Christ and he hath never wronged me.” (Mary Baker Eddy Mentioned Them)  Polycarp’s years of devotion to Christ had convinced him that immortal Life was the present reality.  He had lived the truth which he taught and nothing could turn him from it.  Be consistent in your daily efforts to turn your thought from matter to Spirit, then day by day, year by year, you will discover and demonstrate immortal Life.

Section 4: Shut the door on death NOW!  A student of algebra who never opens his algebra textbook and who uses all his time in class to send text messages to his friends, will not learn algebra.  This may not present much of a problem for the young man immediately.  But later, when he discovers that the college he hopes to attend and the career he would like to pursue, both require the student to have learned algebra; he will then realize that he has not used his time well.  In order to be admitted to college, he will have to retrace his steps and repeat the lessons that he didn’t learn the first time around.  Like the rich man in the story of Lazarus, the student will discover that the work which needs to be done only gets harder when you put it off until later. (B13)  Death is not the door way to an understanding of Life, nor does death bring instant freedom from our mistakes. (S18)  A selfish, self-centered life, no matter how attractive or fun it appears to be by human standards, does not bring us any closer to an understanding of eternal Life.  We need to become uncomfortable with error and then we will work to free ourselves from it. (S19)  Admit the spiritual fact – “man is God’s own likeness.” (S20)  Apply this idea to each of your activities.  Check carefully to see if your motives for action are self-centered or God-centered.  Then you can be confident that you have done the work that you need to do today to shut the door on death!

Section 5:  Jesus shows us the way.  Imagine how it would have felt to be a disciple of Jesus in the days following the crucifixion.  Your dear friend and trusted teacher was gone.  The Son of Love, who you loved, had been killed by the merciless hatred of men.  You would feel a deep sadness.  You might even doubt the truth you had been taught and feel as if all that you had worked for had suddenly come to an end.  Then, you hear a report that some of the disciples have discovered that the grave of Jesus is empty.  Quietly you wonder, “Could it be, has he been resurrected?”  The light of hope would begin to break into your consciousness.  Imagine your joy and amazement when Jesus himself walks right into the room where you’re sitting.  It’s true.  This is Jesus, just as you knew him before he had died.  There he stands, the living proof of the all the wonderful truths which he had taught you! (B14) (S21)  To the disciples, Jesus death and reappearance must have made them feel as if they had been dead themselves and now they were alive again.  Jesus gave the disciples unmistakable proof that death is not the end of existence.  By his resurrection and ascension Jesus had overcome the grave and proved that there is life and continuing progress after what appears to be death. (S22)  This revolutionized the disciples thinking and confirmed their faith like nothing else could have. (S23)  You, too, are a disciple of Christ Jesus.  Think deeply about the meaning of Jesus’ resurrection and ascension and let his perfect example open your eyes to see the clear vision of indestructible spiritual life.

Section 6: Life is everlasting, here and now and for all time!  Dummelow explains that the phrase “issues of death” means “the ways of escape from death, which God can provide.” (B19)  This Bible lesson has shown us God’s persistent promise that death has been and will continue to be proved powerless.  Enoch never died and Jesus himself was resurrected.  In this section we are reminded that the disciples of Jesus did “many wonders and signs.” (B16)  These healings included raising the dead and they are recorded in the Book of Acts.  Also in this section, Paul, who was a disciple of Jesus but who never studied with Jesus in person, raises Eutychus from the dead after he has fallen from the third floor down to the ground floor. (B17)  The message is clear: “Life is…independent of matter” and “man is …not subject to decay and dust,” (S24) Life is not “controlled by death,” (S25) and “death is but a mortal illusion” that Christ overcomes. (S27)  Answer the call, of “the voice of the Son of God,” to wake-up from the dream of life in matter.  Go forward with great expectations knowing that probation will result in progress.  Be persistent and never forget that your Father-Mother God is watching over you each step of the way.

[Go to TMCYouth.com to find ways to help the young and young at heart hear “the voice of the Son of God,” wake up from the dream of life in matter, and feel watched over each step of the way.. Please support or attend the upcoming Midwest Youth Summit, check out current Lesson videos, …]

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Camp Director’s Note: This sharing is the latest in an ongoing, 8-year series of CedarS Bible Lesson “mets” (metaphysical application ideas) contributed weekly by a rotation of CedarS Resident Practitioners and occasionally by other metaphysicians. (To keep the flow of the practitioner’s ideas intact and to allow for more selective printing the “Possible Sunday School Topics” come on a following page or subsequent email.) This weekly offering is intended to encourage further study and application of ideas in the lesson and to invigorate Sunday School participation by students and by the budding teachers on our staff. Originally sent JUST to my Sunday School students and to campers, staff and CedarS families who wanted to continue at home and in their home Sunday Schools the same type of focused Lesson study, application and inspiration they had felt at camp, CedarS lesson “mets” are in no way meant to be definitive or conclusive or in any way a substitute for daily study of the lesson. The thoughts presented are the inspiration of the moment and are offered to give a bit more dimension, background and new angles on daily applicability to some of the ideas and passages being studied. The weekly Bible Lessons are copyrighted by the Christian Science Publishing Society and are printed in the Christian Science Quarterly as available at Christian Science Reading Rooms or online at eBibleLesson.com or myBibleLesson.com. The citations referenced (i.e. B1 and S28) from this week’s Bible Lesson in the “met” (metaphysical application ideas) are taken from the King James Version of the Bible (B1-24) and the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. (S1-30) The Bible and Science and Health are the ordained pastor of the Churches of Christ, Scientist. The Bible Lesson is the sermon read in Christian Science church services throughout the world. The Lesson-Sermon speaks individually through the Christ to everyone, providing unique insights and tailor-made applications for each one. We are glad you requested this metaphysical sharing and hope that you find some of the ideas helpful in your daily spiritual journey, in your deeper digging in the books and in closer bonding with your Comforter and Pastor.
Enjoy!
Warren Huff, Camp Director, director@cedarscamps.org (636) 394-6162

Possible Sunday School Topics for the Christian Science Bible Lesson on “Probation After Death” for Apr. 20-26, 2009 by Steve Henn of St. Louis MO [with bracketed italics by Warren Huff]
[Ways for the student in you to find ideas in the Lesson to help:
Solve world problems; Overcome deadlines and procrastination; Discern and do right; Redefine beauty, grace and success despite “dead-end appearances” -like Scottish singer, Susan Boyle has*]

1st step – take a look at www.csmonitor.com to identify current issues to which this week’s lesson might apply. This gives students the vision that Christian Science is relevant to today’s problems [and successes.] It also helps students see what vital part they can play in healing the world [and its misconceptions and preconceptions.] 

This PSST will use the April 20 and April 21st editions of the Monitor Online as an example, but new issues and concerns will crop up throughout the week, so take the time to update your thought on how this lesson can be used in Sunday School.
*[It is quite possible that many of your students will have felt the surge of inspiration experienced by over 40 million YouTube viewers this week while viewing Susan Boyle’s unlikely performance or “Probation after being written off as dead.” Click http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3m8qXrMlrY to see for yourself the stunning debut of this undiscovered, 47-year old singer in the “Britain’s Got Talent” competition. Did you feel a hint of the glow and awe felt by those who saw Jesus after his crucifixion-after “life has killed the dream I dreamed.”]

Issues presented April 20 and 21 at www.csmonitor.com:
[*Most viewed– The Susan Boyle phenomenon: redefining beauty, grace, and success? And 4-21 Cartoon]
Summit of Americas – a meeting between North and South American powers
Economy – High speed rail across America is one of President Obama’s current thrusts
Environment – The Galapagos Islands are featured in pictures as well as articles discussing the import of preserving the environment

Subject: “Probation After Death”
Golden Text (GT) & Responsive Reading (RR)
What does the Golden Text suggest about Life itself? If the dead [and written-off-as-dead] are to live, is death any longer a fear? How does this apply to our students’ lives today? They are most likely not afraid of death itself right now, but what about other troubles and struggles? What about those who have just seen the “death” of a sports season, a relationship, [or a dream:] what do the GT and RR offer for them? [How about overcoming the pressure of deadlines and feelings of being “bored to death,” worked or judged to death?]

Section 1
Discernment:
how do we know which way to go? (B1) In such difficult political and economic times, how do we as individuals or as nations know the best line of progress? [Can you find in each day’s news “a way which seems right” but has led to death? How about the epidemic of body worship that “seems right”?]

Change: what change are B3 and B4 suggesting? How can we prepare ourselves for a future that appears to be fraught with the challenge of change? Look at S1 for one thought. [What possible changes concern you most? Remember that “worry is ingratitude in advance;” and heal it with gratitude in advance. Repent– or choose again (and again, and again, …)]

Fact vs. Belief: What are the “facts” suggested in S3? What are the “beliefs” that must be uncovered? How will this discernment help our daily lives? How will it help us address issues on a local, national, global scale? [Will you “choose again” about beliefs of inharmony, fault-finding, divisions, posturing, …]

Procrastination: S3 and S4 suggest that there is no spiritual benefit to death. What she’s saying behind those words is, don’t put progress off until death. Grow now! How are students encouraged to “procrastinate” in their growth spiritually? How can they push past this temptation? [What that you know you should do, have you been putting off until some future end-time? Why not take a 1st step right now? See S15]

Section 2
Understanding and Righteousness:
Define these with your students. How do these two lead to eternal life? What “understanding” are we striving for? (S8)

Scary? Look at S10 – does that scare your students? Or does it provide them with everlasting comfort? What parts of the “judgment day of wisdom” seem threatening? How can these be viewed in a way that “judgment” from wisdom is actually a comforting prospect? (Look at the last line of this citation)

Oh Wow! Now take a look at S11 [“The sinless joy …”]. Really look at it. Sit on it for a few minutes – or if you have the time look at it for a couple of hours when prepping this week. Why do we work so hard in Christian Science? This citation outlines precisely what the rewards of our labor are. It does not suggest the path will be easy, but ask your students to look at the promises (and requirements) this citation suggests.

Section 3
Who is the son? Who is the father? What is the son listening for and looking to? (B10) What are the precepts and lines of our own daily lives – the ways in which we are progressing little by little? (B11)

Practicality: Are your students ever faced with the challenge of not being a good enough Christian Scientist? Do you think that your church places unreasonable expectations on what it means to be a student of Christian Science? Why do your students feel this way; why does your church have these expectations; and how do B11 and S12 refute these?

“Lovingly”: Look at that word in S13. Do not let it glaze under your students’ eyes. What does that single word add to the idea Mrs. Eddy is presenting? [Try asking each student (including yourself) to take 90 seconds to write out the spiritual qualities of a car, house, companion, gadget …) as a way “to work out the spiritual which determines the outward and actual.” S&H 254:22]

Challenge: Challenge your students this week. S15 challenges us to “constantly [turn] away from material sense”. Ask your students what that means and then challenge them to pick a single area of their week where they can rise to this challenge. This is a very hard thing to do if we try to spread it across our whole lives at once – and it goes against the idea of “precept upon precept”. But to choose one small area makes it more manageable AND makes the results more visible. Follow up with them next week on the results. [Keep following up each week–reminding yourself & each other that anything worthwhile takes practice.]

Section 4
Contradiction?
How do B13 and B12 match up with the continual judgment of wisdom as outlined earlier? [(S10) Continually choose wisely–again & again] What are the seeming contradictions, and how can taking the “inspired Word of the Bible” (1st tenet of Christian Science – found on p.497 of Science & Health) help clear up these seemingly discordant views? [S18, S19 -“here or hereafter, suffering or Science”]

[Sunday School 1st Lessons: How do Jesus’ words about the need to hear “Moses and the prophets” (B13) show the value of our Sunday School “first lessons of … the Ten Commandments”? (Church Manual, 62:24) How does the 6th Commandment, “Thou shalt not kill,” relate: To not letting anything kill a dream–like Susan Boyle’s, attending camp, a church’s outreach? Give the life (of another chance) to all written-off as dead! See other 10 C. apps]
Why is it important to grow spiritually?
Look at this section from the standpoint of what life is really like both before and after death, and why spiritual growth is essential. (esp. S19, S20)

What does spiritual growth require of us? [“The old man with his deeds must be put off … lose all satisfaction in error and sin” (S19); Prep school “must be improved to the utmost” (S16); “improve our time in solving the mysteries of being” (S20) See the improvement theme? Ask yourself often: is my current or planned activity “to meet a frivolous demand for amusement instead of for improvement?” S&H 195:28 Remember, your best times at CedarS and everywhere are always “fun with a purpose”-of spiritual growth. “Rushing around smartly is no proof of accomplishing much.” from Mrs. Eddy’s great 1-page article: “Improve Your Time,” Mis. 230]

Section 5
How does an understanding of death change how we live our daily lives?
If your students truly understood that death has no sting…how would or could they live their lives differently? (B15) Are we ever lulled into the idea that death is really a comforting “end” to this existence? Help your students wake up from this lie and explore what the real and genuine opportunities are available to them in a life that is eternal.

S22 – Do your students really get what is happening here, what Mrs. Eddy is describing here? This is HUGE. The idea that a man can live with nail-prints in his hands…what does that mean for our students’ daily lives; when they play sports, when they get injured…does the body have any power? Be sure to examine what this really means in the context of their lives.

[Bored? Dead in] Dullness and blind belief: (S23) Do we need this same awakening today? What does it take for our students to be “on fire” about this Science in which is ALL freedom, joy, excellence, ability and love? [When we feel and share “hearts on fire” with persistent work to “reinstate primitive Christianity and its lost element of healing” (Church Manual 17:12 and B14), we will again see rapid healings, church growth, and “the perception of infinite possibilities.” (S23) Let’s do all we can to speed that day!]

Section 6
Be a Paul – be an apostle:
The apostles carried Christ’s work forward (B16&17). How will the living waters he gave us ever be realized if our students are not becoming apostles themselves? What does it mean to be an apostle? Who will be the next Paul to preach to us? We all must take on, in some degree, the work of proving what Christ and Mrs. Eddy have already proven. What stops us and our students from doing this?

Look through the Science and Health portion of this section to help answer these questions as well.

[Fight terrorism and the] King of Terrors: Who is the King of Terrors? And what will ending his reign do for mankind? (S29) [Death tries to be the Ultimate Terrorist, but is none-the-less a defeated foe. Bible scholar Cobbey Crisler pointed out that “Before Gethsemane, Jesus told others: ‘Be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.’ (John 16:33) Therefore, you and I are fighting a defeated foe in all points and accounts.” We need not fear a bad ending, because thanks to Christ Jesus, we know “the rest of the story” is very good, like its “very good” beginning. (Gen. 1:31) Also, to defeat terrorism, we need not wax Machiavellian by justifying the use of bad means to reach a good end and in so doing lose our moral compass and the high ground of right thinking and acting. We can follow Jesus’ example to not go in unarmed, but rather “armed to the hilt” and with a smile. Jesus “best understood the nothingness of material life and intelligence and the mighty actuality of all-inclusive God, good. These were the two cardinal points of Mind-healing, or Christian Science, which armed with Love.” S&H 52:19 Are you ever tempted: to speed to get to a right place on time?; to cheat to get a better grade? These are “selfish and inferior motives.” (S4)]

Paradise: Have your students describe their ideal place – their greatest sense of paradise; and then have them read S29. Do they believe what Mrs. Eddy is saying? How can they demonstrate this fact?
[Consider making and sharing a very special, “Paradise pair of dice.” Put seven dots on each side of two dice to symbolize divine completeness. Then, no matter how they are rolled, double completeness comes up, because “there is no chance in Paradise.”]

Warren Huff, Executive Director The CedarS Camps Website: www.cedarscamps.org Email: warren@cedarscamps.org<br /> Tel: (636) 394-6162

 

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