The Christian Scientist

Dayton (O.) Evening Herald

To the Christian Scientist the Scriptures are very sacred. His tribute of appreciation of the Bible is to live its precepts; his eulogy of the life of Jesus the Christ, is to walk in his footsteps, keeping his commandments. This is the only proof of love that our Saviour would accept. Keeping his commandments is loyalty, the noblest characteristic, "true to God and true to man."

The Biblical incidents, though in changed forms, are the practical experiences of each individual. Sacred Writ not only records the mighty works of our Master, but it speaks of a Judas who professed to love him, but failed to keep the commandments. To be untrue to him was disloyalty, that condition of mortal or human mind most to be condemned, for it led to the sorrowful experience in the garden of Gethsemane, to the betrayal, and on to the cross.

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