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Mine the GEM of having Christ’s Mind-set to see God Expressed Meekly/Mightily in YOU!
— through Christ’s Animating Mindsets Practiced! (C.A.M.P.!)
Application ideas “mined” by Warren Huff with insights from Cobbey Crisler, Ken Cooper,
The Mary Baker Eddy Library and others as related

to The Christian Science Bible Lesson on

Mind
for 02/23/2020


Mine the G.E.M. – Let’s keep our solemn “promise to watch and pray for that Mind to be in us which was also in Christ Jesus” [S32, 597:25 & B16, Phil. 2:5] —and then make haste to repent and to joyfully welcome Christ as did Zacchaeus [B15] and to glorify God and to give gratitude as did the Samaritan cured of leprosy [B19]. Hear monologues by both Zacchaeus and the leper as written and read by Ken Cooper in “God’s Treasure” https://youtu.be/GwquqRAXDG8 and “Where are the Nine?” https://youtu.be/up833dMSHl4.

[Ken writes:] “As God is wisdom, we reflect that wisdom, proving the beauty of one Mind, – all-inclusive and all-loving. There is no place where wisdom and understanding are absent, for God is infinite and All. There is no place where God is not reflected, and spiritual man understands his true and perfect nature, inseparable from his source of being. There is no other consciousness. Wisdom knows only itself, and man can only know God. That is true wisdom.

This is what Jesus saw so clearly, and what we pray each day – “for that Mind to be in us which was also in Christ Jesus;” [See B16, Phil. 2:5 & S32, 597:25) This is what touched Zacchaeus, for he made haste and received Jesus joyfully. This touch of wisdom quite transformed him. His new understanding gave him a treasure beyond riches, a new sense of inheritance. [B15]

And in the same way that Zacchaeus made haste, the one leper out of ten, when he saw / understood how he was healed, came back to give glory to God and to acknowledge Jesus the Christ. [B19, Luke 19: 12-19] His healing was made the more profound because he alone of the ten understood its true source. We too have the Mind of Christ because that is the only Mind there is. Our gratitude proves our understanding.

Listen to Zacchaeus tell his story in his poem “God’s Treasure” https://youtu.be/GwquqRAXDG8 and the monologue of the leper in “Where are the Nine?” https://youtu.be/up833dMSHl4.

PDF’s are attached as Downloads on CedarS weekly inspirational webpages


Mine the G.E.M.—"Keep your eyes on the prize” of Liberty”
CedarS Actionable Mindsets Practiced Today from Warren’s 10/7/19 insights from James 1:25:
“whoso looketh unto the perfect law of liberty, and continueth therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deed.”

  • “Keep your eyes on the prize”—on the perfect law of liberty (like on the Statue of Liberty which David Copperfield “vanished” by literally “turning the tables” under his entire audience as explained by Christie Hanzlik who this insight healed of flu-like symptoms ). If our perfect –free, large, full— liberty seems to be “vanished” by a group consent illusion or a popular turning to material beliefs, we can instantly turn the tables on them and look continually to the perfectly stable and divinely invariable LAW of liberty…

Mine this G.E.M.: Never turn away from our All-guiding G.P.S. (God-Positioning System)!
Cobbey Crisler’s insights on James 1:17 (B): “Every good gift and every perfect—free, large, full—gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variableness, neither shadow of turning—as in an eclipse— [W: or as in the revolving audience in David Copperfield’s vanishing Statue of Liberty trick. As Mary Baker Eddy says, “Having no other gods, turning to no other but the one perfect Mind to guide him, man is the likeness of God, pure and eternal, having that Mind which was also in Christ.” (S22, 467:13)]
As promised in scriptures:
“God is not a man, that he should lie…hath he not said, and shall he not do it? Or hath he spoken and shall he not make it good?” (Numbers 23: 19}

And, “For I am the Lord; I change not.” (Malachi 3:6)
James 1:18 (B2) “Of his own will begat he us with the word—logos—of truth, that we should be a kind of first fruits of his creatures”—a sample of what He created to be consecrated to Himself.”
[per Warren’s notes on Cobbey Crisler’s talk on “The Book of Job”]

… "We already know that James read Job because we read the verse (James 5:11) that mentions Job in it…
James 1:6 tells us how we should pray—[W’s 10/7/19 notes: like Job did who never wavered in proclaiming his spiritual innocence. Job so refined his powerful prayers of protest to God that he received his healing and “the Lord gave Job twice as much as he had before” (Job 42:10)].

Cobbey: You'll find when prayer is not prayer… "Let him ask in faith nothing wavering." Wavering suggests this to-and-fro state of mind…
James 1:8 "A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways."…

James 3:17 (B9) "But the wisdom that is from above" all stems from the commitment to oneness."
“The Book of Job: A Mental Court Case” by B. Cobbey Crisler**

As James 3:17 [B9] declares wise prayer and “wisdom from above” are committed to oneness and guaranteed of success. As Mary Baker Eddy states of the unsuccessful prayers for President Garfield when he was shot and died just 80 days into his presidency.

Here’s to our breaking down these precious promises and principles and to applying them to get the blessings of putting them into practice: Look to the perfect —free, large, full—law of liberty as an unwavering, permanent gift from above.


Mine this G.E.M.: Turn from every vain remedy to the source of all instantaneous cures — Cobbey Crisler on instantaneous healing with no relapse [B3, Ps. 33:9, 11]
Psalms 33:9
Chapter 33, Verse 9, we’ve already alluded to. The swiftness of God’s treatment. It’s not a process, according to the Bible. It’s not recuperation. It’s not convalescence, or gradual recovery. “He spake, and it was [done],” In case we have had room in our thinking for a possibility of relapse, it is stated, “He commanded, and it stood fast.” No side effects, no after effects.

Psalms 33:11
In Verse 11, “The advice or counsel of the LORD stands” for how long? “For ever.” What good I that, if we aren’t there forever to receive such advice? “The thoughts of his heart to all generations.” What good are God’s thoughts unless those are the potions we are supposed to be taking, imbibing, ingesting. God’s thoughts, His potions. Take them, eat them up, drink them in. That makes the Bible a pharmacopoeia which is a word the dictionary says describes “preparations issued by official authority and recognized as a standard.” [Voice from audience] Pharmacopoeia, which is a word that in its ordinary meaning without uplifting it to what the Bible would require of the term anew would just simply be an authority to which one would turn to know where the remedies all are.”
“Leaves of the Tree: Prescriptions from Psalms” by B. Cobbey Crisler**


[Mine the BONUS G.E.M. of Answered Prayer Healings from knowing the humanly unknowable like Joseph did and like Warren’s exam day miracle proves what God gives us all.]


Mine this G.E.M.: Hear & DO Jesus’ sayings to stay grounded on the rock, unshocked by today’s headlines of “winds and waves”! [“Christ My Refuge,” MB Eddy, Hymn 253:5]—Cobbey Crisler on Matthew 7:24+ (B12)
(Verse 24) We’ve got a lesson of what Jesus uses a parable for… Jesus said these things so they would be studied, not that what he said would be read, or scanned, or enjoyed, but put into life experience.

He said, “Whoever listens.” Is he concerned about listening, receptivity? He says, “Whosoever heareth these sayings of mine and doeth them.”

There are two parts to it: Hear, the other, Do. “It will liken him unto a wise man.” That wise man went out and built his house where he’s going to live, built it on a rock. The rain came, the flood, the wind. What happened? After it was all over, where was his house? Still there. It didn’t fall. Why? It was the kind of house that he built that made the difference. It’s what he built it on that made the difference.
“Book of Matthew, Auditing the Master, A Tax-Collector’s Report,” by B. Cobbey Crisler*


Mine this G.E.M.: Drop conformity! Be completely changed for the better by the Mind of Christ! –How to be the best version of you that God made from Paul’s tips in
Romans 12:2 (B14).

“. . . be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.”

JB Phillips’ translation – “Don’t let the world around you squeeze you into its own mold.”

James Moffatt’s translation – “Instead of being molded to this world, have your mind renewed, and so be transformed in nature, able to make out what the will of God is, namely what is good and acceptable to Him and perfect.”

“The direction is to, ‘put on another form, change the form of the world for that of Christianity.’ This word would properly refer to the external appearance, but the expression which the apostle immediately uses, "renewing of the mind," shows that he did not intend to use it with reference to that only, but to the charge of the whole man. The meaning is, do not cherish a spirit, devoted to the world, following its vain fashions and pleasures, but cultivate a spirit attached to God, and his kingdom and cause” (Barnes Commentary from www.biblehub.com).

Renewing is anakainosis which means “a renewal, renovation, complete change for the better” (www.blueletterbible.org, Strong’s Lexicon 342).

“Perfect is free from effect, stain, or injury. That which has all its parts complete, or which is not disproportionate” (Barnes Commentary from www.biblehub.com).

“Acceptable – That which will be pleasing to God. or which he will approve. There is scarcely a more difficult text in the Bible than this, or one that is more full of meaning. It involves the main duty of religion to be separated from the world; and expresses the way in which that duty may be performed, and in which we may live so as to ascertain and do the will of God” (Barnes Commentary from www.biblehub.com).

In one of her Bibles, Mary Baker Eddy wrote beside Romans 12:

“Romans 12 is Christian Science.” (MBE Accession #B00017.C)


Mine this G.E.M.: Like Jesus, constantly Re-Mind yourself of your Genesis 1 vs. genetic origin Cobbey Crisler on Paul’s discussion of manifesting freedom from the flesh in Romans 8:5, 6 (B17) plus verses 9, 19 and 21)
[Romans 8, Verses 5 and 6. (B17) “For they that are after the flesh do mind the things of the flesh; but they that are after the Spirit the things of the Spirit. For to be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.” (KJV)

The Contemporary English Version (CEV) translates this citation as “People who are ruled by their desires think only of themselves. Everyone who is ruled by the Holy Spirit thinks about spiritual things. If our minds are ruled by our desires, we will die. But if our minds are ruled by the Spirit, we will have life and peace.”

The Living Bible (TLB) renders these verses: “Those who let themselves be controlled by their lower natures live only to please themselves, but those who follow after the Holy Spirit find themselves doing those things that please God. Following after the Holy Spirit leads to life and peace, but following after the old nature leads to death.”

Cobbey Crisler writes about how Paul continues to develop this theme in Romans 8, Verse 9. “How many auditoriums would empty in ridicule if Paul stood before them today and announced, “You are not in the flesh”? That’s an invitation to laughter, isn’t it? “You are not in the flesh,” Paul said. Flesh is not the container, then, of our individuality. We [are encouraged to think that] we are [our bodies]. We’re proud of that fact. We have turned the glory into shame by thinking out from the basis of flesh. We suffer from the incurred problems of an evolution that traces itself back through dust-like levels, so that heredity becomes a problem in health. We take pride in those “designer-genes” that form our genetic code.

In the Bible it’s a case of choosing between Genesis or genetics. Genesis (1:1, 25) has us in the beginning created by God with dominion and in God’s image. So, flesh cannot be part of that image. Where are we seeing ourselves? “Adam, where art thou?” (Genesis 3:9)

Where are we instead of in the flesh according to Romans 8, Verse 9? We’re “in the spirit” That’s home, then. Do we really feel at home in the Spirit? To be inspired is to have Spirit within, literally, in Latin. Do we enjoy living in an inspired state? Everything moves aside. Everything is subordinated to that inspiration. “we’re in the Spirit, if the Spirit of God dwells in us.”…

In Verse 19 would you agree with Paul that “the earnest expectation of the whole human race is waiting for this manifestation of the sons of God”? That it could be manifested, this sense of glory?

“Verse 21 mentions “the creature itself.” Look what is going to happen to the human body as the result of the evangelization of our mentality. As our mentality becomes more and more like God, the human body, “the creature itself, also shall be delivered.” There’s freedom, freedom from “every ill that flesh is heir to,” as Shakespeare says. “Delivered from the slavery,” literally in Greek, “the bondage of corruption,” “the slavery of decay into,” literally, “the freedom of the children of God.” The divine mode of being, as one dictionary says glory is, “into the freedom of the glory of the divine mode of being, of the divine nature, of the radiant thought of the children of God.”

If (only) all our thoughts could be at the level of such radiance. We’ve seen light come out from a human expression. We’ve met people who radiate a sense of insight… That’s in the fleshly. That’s simply an outward manifestation of what’s going on within. More should be going on within. And we’re spending most of our time trying to dress the without.”
“Glory: Divine Nature in The Bible,” by B. Cobbey Crisler**


Mine this G.E.M.: Share your Christly love and humanity to help bring healing and dominion to all marginalized by disease, society…—Cobbey Crisler on Jesus healing leprosy in Mark 1.40-45—(I have no recorded commentary from Cobbey on Jesus’ similar but different healing the ten lepers from afar in Luke 17: 12-19 (B19)

Verse 40, "We have a leper." We have ample precedent on the Old Testament for the healing of leprosy.

Verse 41, "He's touched by Jesus."

Verse 43, "And the leper is cured."

Verse 41: Does he need to be touched by Jesus for the healing?
Does Jesus touch everybody? No. The method Jesus uses is there in very intricate detail.

Jesus touched a man here who had not been touched physically by anyone but another leper. Imagine how long he may have had this leprosy, whether it was acquired or he was born a leper. But the fact is, look at the humanity breaking through the wall. Where was ecclesiasticism on the subject of leprosy? "Stay out!" "Shout unclean, unclean everywhere you go," so there's no danger of contagion. This was the church's definition of what to do with a leper. Jesus radically set aside every aspect of this traditional approach. This is the rock breaking theories into fragments, praying these ideas were never God's theology, nor a revelation of Himself.

Jesus reached through that barrier and touched a man. What do you imagine the leper was thinking as Jesus touched him? Imagine what happened within him. We're talking about the Holy Ghost cleansing. Cleansing is the thing that's needed. Just look at the love expressed through the human agency of touch. Jesus was not afraid to touch him, nor was it a violation of God's law to touch him. Jesus didn't have to go back and turn his clothes in, bathe himself, and wait until he reemerged. That is what the Levitical rule said he'd have to do if he were touched by a leper. None of that made any spiritual sense at all.

How could one ever solve universal human problems if one could not reach the thought that was bearing the crushing burden of the problem? Jesus just touched that leper as if it were normal and natural, and the great love that was conveyed through that. How long it had been since that leper had felt a human touch?

Notice he said, "be thou clean." In Verse 40, the leper had said to him,

"You can make me clean."

Jesus said, "Be thou clean."

What is Jesus definition here of a healing? It's based on dominion. Dominion is not just doing something for someone. This is Jesus' dominion over an individual. Hypnotism bases its claim to heal by having one mind take dominion over another's mind. By contrast, Jesus' definition of God's healing theology is based on relationship. Each and every individual son or daughter .in his relationship to God has dominion as an integral part of his being. This is what Genesis, Chapter 1, Verse 26, announced.

If that is true, it can never be violated. It can never be compromised. We have it or we don't. It's never "dominion-if," or "dominion-but." You cannot qualify it. Nothing can dominate us if we actually have dominion.

Jesus' words and acts reveal what this theology is. So, "Be thou clean" is the precious privilege of that man who had thought he was a leper. He has dominion over it. "Now, exercise it," Jesus said, and supports his divine right to exercise it.

We go out in mobs with slogans and signs protesting the absence of human rights on our globe. What if we began to focus on the deplorable way with which we have viewed our divine right? Jesus did.

Verse 42. So, "he was healed."

Verse 44. Jesus told him not to make a show of this. His definition of healing did not include publicity. In fact, publicity is one of the worst dangers to the theology of healing.”

“What Mark Recorded”, by B. Cobbey Crisler**


Mine this G.E.M.: Embrace universal humanity—do good for all mankind—
Cobbey Crisler on Acts 10:34 (B21)
(plus relevant verses after)

“Acts 10, verse 34, begins a lecture or sermon to the first group of Gentiles. And the opening statement that Peter makes is one that could be well considered by every denomination of Christianity today… Here Peter expressed his new view of God, that God is no respecter of persons, that God speaks to receptivity.

Acts 10:34  Then Peter opened his mouth, and said, Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons:

This new view of God, of course, leads to this next question: Should man as well be no respecter of persons? This is a tradition-shattering concept.

And Acts 10, verse 35, Peter summarizes it by saying in every nation he that feareth him, and worketh righteousness, is accepted with him.

Then he begins to explain to Cornelius and the friends and acquaintances of Cornelius, the history of early Christianity. “The beginning of Christianity is traced from Galilee after John’s baptism, how God anointed Jesus of Nazareth.” … Of course, that word “anointed” immediately identifies Jesus as the Messiah. This is a point that Peter is obviously going to get across to this Gentile audience that would need some instruction in this. (See below)

Acts 10:38 How God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Ghost and with power: who went about doing good, and healing all that were oppressed of the devil; for God was with him.

And you find in Acts 10, verse 43, he does that by stating that “all the prophets had given witness to the Messiah, namely Jesus.”…

As soon as Peter gets into this “Walked to Emmaus” approach, in other words the comprehension of Jesus’ role in the earlier scripture, we find in Acts 10, verse 44 that “the Holy Ghost falls on all the listeners.” …

It wasn’t Peter’s idea that this should happen; it’s at the Holy Ghost’s initiative. This is disturbing to some of those that came with Peter: Jewish Christians.
And we will find it becomes even more disturbing to other elements in the church later on, for this is a departure. The question underlying this event is “Should the church be parochial or universal?” Is it simply a sect of Judaism or an outcome of Judaism, or is it the fulfillment of God’s will as expressed in prophecy with its ultimate mission to embrace universal humanity?”

After the Master What? – The Book of Actsby B. Cobbey Crisler**


Mine the precious G.E.M. of healing!with the purifying & invigorating “sunlight of Truth” (S27, 162:4): “Should we be silent? Ah, never.” (Hymn 283)

[W.] I can never keep from sharing my gratitude for the life-altering healing I had from applying this citation!

As part of CedarS Bonus Thanksgiving Lesson Met for 2009 I wrote: “After a joyous 2008 summer and fall of service, I found myself agonizing in the passenger seat during our evening move home from camp. I sang (along with the sound system) many hymns that I knew by heart—thanks to years of CedarS Hymn Sing experience—belting them out, at first through tears of intense pain, and later through tears of immense gratitude.

For the first part of the trip the disabling discomfort just wouldn't let up—no matter how I changed my position or what hymns or citations I prayed. The pain seemed to radiate from a huge internal growth that had been steadily growing for several months. It had attempted to rob me of my appetite and vigor as well as of all ability to lift one of my legs.

In deepest humility—and supported by the prayers of the dear driver, of my mom and of a practitioner who I kept calling—I continued to reach out to God and to sing each word with renewed understanding, conviction and vigor. With tears of joy I cherished the truths about my spiritual nature as if they were being tenderly told to me in order to save my life for God's service—and that they did!

All pain finally broke thanks to this all-out, fervent praying and singing—and I have hardly stopped smiling or singing since. I remain eternally grateful that I took "God-is-All" instead of Tylenol—that I chose whole-hearted reliance on Christianly scientific prayer to eliminate not only the pain, but also its cause rather that just opting to temporarily relieve suffering.

I knew when I got home without pain that I was healed, although the draining and dissolving of the growth took several more weeks of consistent "ray-delineation therapy" which "dissolves tumors" with the invigorating purity of "the sunlight of Truth" that "Christian Science brings to the body." (S&H 162:4, S27 in this week’s Christian Science Bible Lesson on "Mind") I applied each ray of this divine, healing sunlight – shining the specific, promising laws and wonderful ideas laid out in the following precious paragraph.”

"Christian Science brings to the (your/my) body the sunlight of Truth, which invigorates (refreshes, revitalizes, stimulates, enlivens, energizes, animates, rejuvenates, strengthens) and purifies (cleanses, disinfects, sanitizes, decontaminates, filters). Christian Science acts as an alterative (a medicinal plant that causes a gradual beneficial change in the body, usually through improved nutrition and elimination, without having any marked specific action OR A medicine or treatment which gradually induces a change, and restores healthy functions without sensible evacuations), neutralizing error with Truth. It changes the secretions (emissions, discharges, oozings), expels humors (4 Medieval ones to be balanced: blood, yellow bile, phlegm, black bile), dissolves tumors (growths, cancers, lumps, swellings), relaxes rigid muscles ("thought-forces"), restores carious bones to soundness. The effect of this Science is to stir (rouse, wake up, budge, shift, get up, revive) the human mind to a change of base (basis, foundation, origin, heart, starting point), on which it may yield to the harmony of the divine Mind." (S&H 162:4). Have fun letting your body and life yield to and sing-out about this transforming "sunlight of Truth"!]


Mine this G.E.M.: Know that your "Ability & Opportunity are coordinate ideas" and then "Rise to the Occasion!" Application ideas offered by Warren Huff on citation S30, 571:16.

"Know thyself, and God will supply the wisdom and the occasion for a victory over evil." Science & Health, 571:16

“What occasions or opportunities are demanding your best these days?
1. Hard assignments, unbelievable work load and killer deadlines?
2. Important tests or essays?
3. A big game, presentation or performance?
4. Group Leadership role(s)?
5. An important date or social event?
6. A sticky situation where taking a moral or ethical stand is needed?
7. A challenging relationship that keeps testing your patience, equanimity and integrity?

“Whatever opportunities you face, you can meet them as their master by obeying this powerful two-word command.
"Know thyself, and God will supply the wisdom and the occasion for a victory over evil."
Science & Health, 571:16 (S18)

“Know yourself as God knows you – as an ever-perfect expression of "infinity, freedom, harmony and boundless bliss." (see S&H 481:3) Totally accept and simply express each of these elements of your divine identity to eradicate their illegitimate opposites. Without a body-based sense of self, you will be open for God to eliminate from your experience: all of matter's debilitating drag of limited energy, funds, intelligence, speed, inspiration; all its sapping slavery of restrictions (injuries, illness, red tape, tie-ups); all its regular rub of inharmonious relationships and its constant cloud of frustration and unhappiness. All gone! Theses are all just fables that were never part of you or of those you love.

In the next couple of days, "your assignment, should you choose to accept it," will be to simply do your part—know yourself spiritually—and watch God do Her part, to supply you with all the wisdom and occasions where victories are wanted. You may also enjoy highlighting in every lesson all of God's jobs in one color and all of yours in another color.

A friend shed new light on our focus passage with this one-line insight:
"ABILITY (the wisdom) and OPPORTUNITY (the occasion) are coordinate ideas."

By accepting this divine law and knowing yourself spiritually, you will never have ability without being given opportunity to express it. (no unneeded bench-sitting) And, you'll also never be given opportunities (like the seven listed at the top) without having the God-given abilities to rise to the occasion!”

Warren Huff originally posted this on CedarS website on December 5, 2002


Mine this G.E.M.: Treasure the Evolution of Practicing Your Sixth Tenet promise daily!
The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Mankind’s History of the Evolution of revisions to the Sixth Tenet, (S32, 597:24)

SIXTH TENET

[evolution of revisions]

Current edition

6. And we solemnly promise to watch, and pray for that Mind to be in us which was also in Christ Jesus; to do unto others as we would have them do unto us; and to be merciful, just, and pure.

1879 “Tenets and Covenant”

3D. — And we solemnly covenant to faithfully obey the ten commandments; to walk worthy our high calling, to deal justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God; to abhor a lie, to love truth, to do good to man, to have but one God, and to strive habitually to reach that higher understanding of Christian Science contained in the sermon on the Mount, whereby to cast out error and heal the sick. We give no credence to Spiritualism or Mediumship, and object to mesmerism and medicine, never in any case using any ourself.

1887 “Tenets to be Signed by those Uniting …”

Third. — We promise to love one another, and to work, watch and pray; to strive against sin, and to keep the Ten Commandments; to deal justly, love mercy, walk humbly; and inasmuch as we are enabled by Truth, to cast out evil and heal the sick.

1892 (from “Church Tenets and Rules”)

3. We solemnly promise to strive, watch, and pray for that Mind to be in us which was also in Christ Jesus. To love the brethren, and, up to our highest understanding, to be meek, merciful, and live peaceably with all men.

1893 (from “Church Tenets and Rules”)

5. We solemnly promise to strive, watch and pray for that Mind to be in us which was also in Christ Jesus. To love one another, and, up to our highest understanding to be meek, merciful and just.

81st edition (1894)

6. We solemnly promise to strive, watch, and pray for that Mind to be in us which was also in Christ Jesus, to love one another, and to be meek, merciful, just, and pure.

1908(a) edition

6. And we solemnly promise to watch, and pray for that Mind to be in us which was also in Christ Jesus; to do unto others as we would have them do unto us; and to be merciful, just, and pure.

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April 1997, revised June 2007

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