A Living Christianity

Only to the extent that a religious faith is able to relieve the necessities of humanity, whether these necessities be moral, physical, or spiritual, is it of value to mankind. Knowing that religion must be practised as well as preached, Christian Scientists will respond with a hearty "Amen" to the sentiment thus expressed by a writer in The Homiletic Review: "Religion  is meant to direct conduct, and the smallest affairs of life are to come under its imperial control, and the only way by which a man can get anything out of his Christianity is by living it. It is when he sets to work on the principles of the Gospel that the Gospel proves itself to be a reality in his blessed experience."

When we read the statement, "The only way by which a man can get anything out of his Christianity is by living it," we naturally inquire, What is this Christianity which must be lived? The answer can be found only in Jesus' own words and works.

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