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From the February 1895 issue of The Christian Science Journal

We present some photographic representations of a portion of the pictorial windows of the Mother Church, and also a view of the sunburst, as a frontispiece. The first represents Jesus' raising of Lazarus from death, based on John xi. 43, and page 241, line 8, of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures."

The lesson involved in this so-called miracle, is most profound in its significance. Lazarus' resurrection is a type of the resurrection of all from the tomb of sin and darkness into the Light of Life, Truth and Love.

When the voice of the Christ is heard, saying, "Come forth" from the tomb of darkness and gloom and lay aside the grave clothes of material bondage, the fiat will have gone forth for each mortal: "Loose him and let him go," for "I am the resurrection and the Life."

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