Excerpt from Unity, Vol. 26: Devoted to Practical Christianity, January, 1907
The body feels its degradation', and thoset get into this degenerate condition are usually miser able. Cain's punishment is great, and he fears the vengeance of the other faculties condemning the body for its impotency. But the Lord, or Divine Law, has fixed a limit to this, and we are warned not to destroy the body, no matter how great its sins. The mark set upon Cain to keep him from being slain, is the consciousness of his Divine origin. No matter how deep in transgressions the body may be, it still bears the stamp of God, and it can never be killed out entirely.
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