Before Jesus of Nazareth raised up Lazarus from the dead he expressed his at-one-ment with divine Principle in his familiar words: "Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard me. And I knew that thou hearest me always," and from this incident in our Master's experience there are clearly discernible gradations of progress as shown in the changed belief of the onlookers at the tomb, the faith and dawning understanding of Jesus' disciples, and the scientific understanding of the continuity and omnipotence of Love and Life that Jesus consciously reflected.
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