This article was later republished in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany: My. 226:24-228:10

Our faithful laborers in the field of Science have been told, through the alert editor-in-chief of the Christian Science Sentinel and Journal, that "Mrs. Eddy advises, until the public thought becomes better acquainted with Christian Science, that Christian Scientists decline to doctor infectious or contagious diseases."

The great Master said, "For which of these works do ye stone me?" He said this to satisfy himself whereof he spake as God's representative—as one who never weakened in his own personal sense of righteousness because of another's wickedness, or the minifying of his own goodness. Charity is quite as rare as wisdom, but when it does appear it is known by its patience and endurance.

November 27, 1902

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