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From the January 1932 issue of The Christian Science Journal

AS we read and think over the great records of our Master's life in the light of Christian Science, we see that they are far more than the history of a sublime career which after a brief period passed beyond human view; for in them may be found the practical examples of the solving of problems common to all mankind, problems which sooner or later each one will have to solve. Every problem which came to his attention, Christ Jesus worked out swiftly and with precision.