The Christian Scientist loves man more because he
27loves God most. He understands this Principle, — Love. Who is sufficient for these things? Who remembers that patience, forgiveness, abiding faith, and affection, are
30the symptoms by which our Father indicates the dif- ferent stages of man's recovery from sin and his en- trance into Science? Who knows how the feeble lips
1are made eloquent, how hearts are inspired, how heal- ing becomes spontaneous, and how the divine Mind is
3understood and demonstrated? He alone knows these wonders who is departing from the thraldom of the senses and accepting spiritual truth, — that which blesses
6its adoption by the refinement of joy and the dismissal of sorrow.
Christian Science and the senses are at war. It is a
9revolutionary struggle. We already have had two in this nation; and they began and ended in a contest for the true idea, for human liberty and rights. Now cometh
12a third struggle; for the freedom of health, holiness, and the attainment of heaven.
The scientific sense of being which establishes har-
15mony, enters into no compromise with finiteness and feebleness. It undermines the foundations of mortality, of physical law, breaks their chains, and sets the captive
18free, opening the doors for them that are bound.
He who turns to the body for evidence, bases his con- clusions on mortality, on imperfection; but Science saith
21to man, "God hath all-power."
The Science of omnipotence demonstrates but one power, and this power is good, not evil; not matter,
24but Mind. This virtually destroys matter and evil, in- cluding sin and disease.
If God is All, and God is good, it follows that all
27must be good; and no other power, law, or intelligence can exist. On this proof rest premise and conclusion in Science, and the facts that disprove the evidence of the