EVERY earnest student of the writings of Mary Baker Eddy is desirous of making steady, substantial progress in his understanding and demonstration of Christian Science. He wants to enlarge his service to his fellow men, to increase his usefulness in his Father's vineyard, to lift his efforts to an ever higher plane of activity.
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