QUITE a few people are prone to revere the career of Jesus as sacred history rather than as indicative of the demonstrable, healing Principle, divine Love, to be fully utilized and enjoyed by every Christian today. They are apt to commemorate Christmas in a reminiscent way, and by outward festivities, rather than in the demonstrable way of glorifying God and emulating the example of Christ Jesus by pure thinking and definite overcoming of material discords.
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