Symbol and Substance

In its dignity, its chasteness, and the uniqueness of its form as well as of the end it subserves, a beautiful church is the highest symbol of the temple "not made with hands,"—a consciousness which is the place of the Divine indwelling.

Everywhere to-day the gifts of devoted hearts, framed and fashioned together into noble structures, are being dedicated with thanksgiving to the service of God. These are worthy deeds, and it is ours to rejoice that Christian Science churches are thus multiplying. The real gain of all our giving, however, lies in the growth of the temple within, whose fair towers rise only as we awaken to Truth and Love.

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