The New Creature in Christ

Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.—PAUL.

THE Scriptures have not a little to say concerning the putting off of the old man and the putting on of the new; and Christian Science brings the subject very forcibly to our attention by making clear to us the necessity of doing this most important work at once. We no longer have to wait on gray hairs or decrepitude to reveal "the old man" here referred to; the young and the aged alike find themselves very intimately associated with this universal belief in the mortality of man, and they begin to-day, if they are wise, to put it off.

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