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The True Practitioner

From the January 1951 issue of The Christian Science Journal


What , tempted with discouragement? After a day in the dusty villages and steaming lanes, in the press of self-centered multitudes in the noisy market, a day of mental combat and earnest deep endeavor, "he, could there do no mighty work" because of their unbelief. Ah, but Truth is always at our side— not now true, now untrue, but forever immutable, irresistible, irreversible; Truth ever apparent, our most dear companion, perpetually operative through the power of Love to comfort, bless, and cure; and even there "he laid his hands upon a few sick folk.