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From the April 1896 issue of The Christian Science Journal

"Whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God," —1 Cor. 10: 31.

Are we doing all to the glory of God? Is every daily duty, however trivial, considered a problem in which to prove the supremacy of Life, Truth and Love—or are we following human codes and theories, asleep to the fact that every line of occupation should be controlled by Divine Science? Physical ailments are by no means the only error to which the rules of Christian Science are to be applied.

The world argues hard times; no work; difficulty in collecting accounts; and we are too apt to be mesmerized or mesmerize ourselves to believe these falsities real instead of meeting them with our understanding of Christian Science and realizing that in Mind there is no inaction or fear, and proving it to God's glory.

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