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24not do, that they do not.

From the falling leaves of old-time faiths men learn a parable of the period, that all error, physical, moral, or

27religious, will fall before Truth demonstrated, even as dry leaves fall to enrich the soil for fruitage.

Sin, sickness, and disease flee before the evangel of

30Truth as the mountain mists before the sun. Truth is

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1the tonic for the sick, and this medicine of Mind is not necessarily infinitesimal but infinite. Herein the mental

3medicine of divine metaphysics and the medical systems of allopathy and homoeopathy differ. Mental medi- cine gains no potency by attenuation, and its largest

6dose is never dangerous, but the more the better in every case.

Christian Science classifies thought thus: Right thoughts

9are reality and power; wrong thoughts are unreality and powerless, possessing the nature of dreams. Good thoughts are potent; evil thoughts are impotent, and they should

12appear thus. Continuing this category, we learn that sick thoughts are unreality and weakness; while healthy thoughts are reality and strength. My proof of these

15novel propositions is demonstration, whereby any man can satisfy himself of their verity.

Christian Science is not only the acme of Science

18but the crown of Christianity. It is universal. It ap- peals to man as man; to the whole and not to a por- tion; to man physically, as well as spiritually, and to all

21mankind.

It has one God. It demonstrates the divine Principle, rules and practice of the great healer and master of meta-

24physics, Jesus of Nazareth. It spiritualizes religion and restores its lost element, namely, healing the sick. It consecrates and inspires the teacher and preacher; it

27equips the doctor with safe and sure medicine; it en- courages and empowers the business man and secures the success of honesty. It is the dear children's toy and

30strong tower; the wise man's spiritual dictionary; the poor man's money; yea, it is the pearl priceless whereof our Master said, if a man findeth, he goeth and selleth

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1all that he hath and buyeth it. Buyeth it! Note the scope of that saying, even that Christianity is not merely

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