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"As a Grain of Mustard Seed."
When Jesus said, "If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you," he gave unqualified assurance of the possible results of that "little faith" which is spiritual understanding,—the God with us who is "able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us." He declared for the perpetuity and sovereignty of the smallest idea of Truth; and in this, his thought was very far in advance of the estimate and understanding of his disciples both then and now.
Men are ready to concede the swift and self-propagating power of an infinitesimal of evil, and upon this basis they have built up a philosophy of heredity and contagion which has ruled the nations with a rod of iron. Intense fear is aroused, and life is imperilled, in human belief, by the presence of a single infected molecule. The prevailing theories of disease would reduce the determinative factors of human history to the dimensions of an atom, and hang the issues of mortal life upon the favoring or unfavoring conditions of a cell.
Christian Science not Pantheism
John L. Rendall
The Contagion of Health
Edward C. Butler
In Answer to Criticism
Judge Fair Judgment
Albert E. Miller
The Quality of Faith
with contributions from Hamilton W. Mabie
Among the Churches
with contributions from Eva E. Bunker, Ada Beers Foster, Jennie L. Willis, Mary Callender
The Sky of the Heart
Maltbie D. Babcock
The Master's Test of True Discipleship
MARY A. DAGGETT
The Sun is Shining
The Phraseology of our Testimonies
MARTIN F. JACKSON
A Good Suggestion
W. H. MACFARLANE
with contributions from J. R. Mosley, Albert S. Batchelder, S. Burd Edwards, A.E. Jennings, Charles B. Jamieson
I feel that I can no longer put off acknowledging the...
B. Eaton Brooklyn
It is amazing from what a mere fraction of fact concerning...
with contributions from F. W. Robertson, Norman Macleod