THE spontaneous affection which beginning students of Christian Science generally feel for the Church of Christ, Scientist—The Mother Church and its branches—does not diminish, but is strengthened and becomes still more firmly grounded as they advance in understanding and experience. It assumes more and more the character of joyful, yet matter-of-fact, appreciation of this Church as a superbly wrought instrument for the enlightenment and redemption of mankind.
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