The Passing of Error

When we realize that Jesus' life was strictly scientific, that it disclosed the movements of divine Mind, we begin to understand how vitally significant his every word and act should be to us.

He bore witness that Principle does nothing needlessly, and says nothing amiss, when he declared that for "every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgement." With this in mind, the story of Jairus' daughter has become, not only more suggestive, but more mandatory.

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