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We mistake immortality if we read it merely as a future promise. It is a present gift. It is not merely the offer of a hope. It ought to be the joy of a possession. The Christian life ought to be full of Easter days,—a perpetual renewal of purpose and of being from their temporal into their spiritual shape and power.
It is a superficial measuring of life that estimates it simply by its duration. Its abundance consists rather in its intensity, in its breadth and depth and height. A revelation of immortality does not greatly interest me if it merely means an infinite continuance of years. It is not altogether good tidings just to be told that we need fear no end to these burdened and misunderstanding lives of ours. Immortality is not a thing of time or place so much as of spiritual quality. It is not a matter of continuance of life so much as of fulness of life.
Handling of the Serpent
J. R. H.
Principle not Personality
WM. H. JENNINGS
"Hold fast that which is good."
Christian Science Misunderstood
THEODORE D. WARREN
Practice vs. Theory
JAMES A. LOGWOOD
with contributions from C. P. Smith, C. W. E. Miller, Cortland A. Wilber
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
MARY BAKER G. EDDY
By Way of Reminder
EDWARD A. KIMBALL
The Power of a Unit—Love
L. C. LANG.
The Brotherhood of Man
J. D. S.
Life's Boundaries Dispelled
KATHARINE J. SMITH.
An After-Easter Lesson
NELLIE B. FISH.
Among the Churches
CHARLES W. PEARSON, EDWIN MARQUAND with contributions from JOSEPH JOUBERT
For more than seven years I was subject to many different...
EMILY R. EMERSON
I was a sufferer for eighteen years and my case was pronounced...
William Graney with contributions from Hamilton W. Mabie
with contributions from STEPHEN A. CHASE
with contributions from SAMUEL A. ELIOT, MONRO GIBSON, JOHN HAMILTON THOM, M. H. SEELYE