SOMETIMES the earnest Christian Scientist wonders why his problem is not solved; why he does not seem able to rise more quickly above the fallacies of mortal thinking. Searching consciousness vigorously, he looks here and there for the obstructing evil, only to find that the more he searches, the more real it seems to become until, befogged in discouragement, he cries out for deliverance.
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