Those persons who were deep in the entanglements of sin or sickness when Christian Science was first presented to them, know how gladly they welcomed the hope inspiring interpretation of John's statement in his first epistle,—"Beloved, now are we the sons of God. " It mattered not to them whether their pains were mental, moral, or physical; the idea of divine sonship presented a spiritual vision of possibility which quickly evidenced itself in increased health and happiness.
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