Welcome the Light

If, when traveling in the darkness, a man should lose his sense of direction, or, as we say, be "turned round," and as the night wanes, should keep his back toward the dawning light, his eye steadily fixed on the western horizon, because, forsooth, he wishes and expects the sun to rise in that direction, he would be a fair representative of that state of human consciousness which often appeals to Christian Science and desires and expects the healing to follow in the order of its prescription.

After being treated for a short time by a Christian Scientist, a man said, "My cough is no better! To be sure, I can do now with one pair of glasses, where formerly I required two, the dyspepsia troubles me less, and I hear better; but I could do well enough with my two pairs of glasses, the dyspepsia was of minor consequence, and I could bear with the deafness. It is my cough I want healed, and that is no better!"

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Truth Brooks No Delay
June 20, 1903
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