AFTER one has experienced the healing ministration of Christian Science, gratitude prompts the early desire to aid in the spreading of this gospel of salvation so that all mankind may share the blessings it bestows. The individual, having attended the church services and perhaps having observed the orderly functioning of the various church activities, has his attention attracted to these outward, visible manifestations as the starting point of church activity; whereas the fact is that these activities operate to the glory of the Most High, and minister to the needs of humanity only as it is apprehended that they have their source and their sustaining power in an understanding of God, good, and the mission of His Christ.
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