A Divine Demand

Thus saith the Lord of hosts; Consider your ways.—HAGGAI.

THE idea of Christian healing as presented in Christian Science has set in motion the thought-forces of a Christian world. Why is this so? Because the coming of Christ, Truth, means spiritual activity in individual consciousness, a higher order of thinking than even professing Christians have been accustomed to with their limited sense of God "and the power of his Christ."

Thousands upon thousands have opened their doors to receive this new-old idea and are daily proving for themselves and for others that Christ "the Son of God is come, and hath given us an understanding" of God's all-power and presence. The builders of a man-made theology, however, still reject this full appearing of the Christ which heals the sick, and declare it to be "contrary to law and order;" but to thousands of thinking people it has again become the head stone of the corner: "This is the Lord's doing, and it is marvelous in our eyes." If it were of men it would come to naught. Those who have partaken of its healing balm know that it is of God, and that it is destined to multiply, and to replenish the whole earth with a demonstrable understanding of the power and activity of ommipotent good.

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Right Doing and Its Reward
July 7, 1906

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