WE may well ask ourselves what we are living for. What is the thought that is most constantly uppermost with us? By what are we guided and governed? To whom or to what do we pay first allegiance? What is the nature of the ideas that present themselves in our quiet moments? Faithfulness in replying to such questions—and others that occur to every Christian Scientist—will determine where we stand as the exponents or demonstrators of that Science of Mind–healing which is the eternal truth now gradually encircling the globe.
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