No Change to Truth

It is doubtful whether changes so marked and important in character as those which are now upsetting material theories, creeds, and dogmas, ever before took place in the beliefs, practices, and lives of men; and yet, Christian Science is simply re-introducing to the expanding thought of the age the truth which is as might to-day as when Jesus commanded Lazarus to come forth from the grave, for the might of that truth came from God, and God is the same, yesterday, and to-day, and forever. God changes not, but mortal belief is as changing as the shifting sands of the sea. Theories, creeds, and dogmas which rely upon the opinions and traditions of the past, and which are without a single positive demonstration of the presence and power of the infinite Father as evidence that God is in them, these furnish no permanent resting-place for faith and hope; while in Christian Science there are many cases of the healing of varied forms of disease, both chronic and acute, through the prayers of its devoted followers and their reliance upon God. These results are gained from a more perfect understanding of Christ, Truth, and are demonstrated within our very midst as a tangible proof of the power of "God with us," brought to our comprehension through the enlightening works of our beloved Leader, Mrs. Eddy. We know that this unceremonial, healing religion, without creed or dogma, is the religion that was brought to men by Jesus,—"the Christ, the Son of the living God,"—nineteen hundred years ago. So vividly is divine Love portrayed in Christian Science, that to our discernment God substantiates His eternal laws by actual demonstration within the sphere of human comprehension.

As we kneel in silent prayer, sending our messages of gratitude and praise to God for sending His healing truth, to bring us up out of error and discord into the harmony of Truth and Love, let us realize that the faithful dwell "in the secret place of the most High" and "there shall no evil befall" those who "abide under the shadow of the Almighty."

The Tulip Show at Pleasant View
May 13, 1905

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