When the student of Mary Baker Eddy's teachings gratefully considers the wonderful inheritance left to him in Christian Science, his gratitude would be signally incomplete did it not include the individual whom God used as His instrument in our day to make divine healing readily understandable and practically applicable. In a definite sense we inherit the lasting good accomplished and the knowledge transmitted by our human predecessors; that is, we may avail ourselves of the results of their learning and work, so far as these manifest the quality of permanency; but we are most indebted to those who have contributed to the world's advancement spiritual thought and teaching.
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