IN these tumultuous days when we read our daily newspapers and seem to see under our eyes the literal fulfillment of the tremendous prophecies contained in the twenty-first chapter of Luke and in the book of Revelation, when "men's hearts" are "failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth," it behooves the student of Christian Science to look persistently and closely into his thought, and to ask himself where he stands with regard to all these things. How, for instance, can he most effectively use his understanding of Christian Science to meet these tremendous happenings, to help his neighbor, his nation, and the world at large? It is a testing time for the individual; and much wisdom, as well as patience and courage, is required to keep heart and effort in the right way.
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