"Denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world." "Denying ungodliness and worldly lusts"—how much this means to the Christian Scientist! These earnest words of St. Paul are a part of our daily work. In denying ungodliness, we let godliness appear; in denying worldly lusts, the hunger and thirst after righteousness appears and we find in Truth the bread of life and the water that forever quenches thirst, even that offered by the Master to the Samaritan woman. Samaria means a watch-tower. Is not this deeply suggestive of that plane of thought in which Truth's voice becomes audible: the watchful, eager, thought, alert to catch the diviner harmonies of life above the discords of sense?—A. J. M.

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Testimony of Healing
Benefits Received from the Study of Science and Health
October 3, 1901

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