"Get right with God"

SOME weeks ago, during a series of evangelistic meetings held in a Western city, the attention of a Christian Scientist was especially directed to this subject, "Get right with God," which had been announced for discussion at a specified time. He did not hear the subject discussed, but the appeal proved to be very suggestive.

Even the student of Christian Science, whose heart is full of gratitude for his enlarged sense of truth, will do well to ponder this question, "Am I right with God?" He will find that a certain amount of self-examination on this subject is essential to his progress heavenward. No one should feel safe until he has positive knowledge upon so important a topic. Nor will he be able to convince others by mere profession that his heart is right with God. He may believe he is right, but this does not make it so. He will be called upon to give some practical proof of his profession before he can satisfy the needs of humanity, and this proof must be of such a nature as to reveal man's true relationship to his Maker.

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