"I will trust in thee"

"What time I am afraid," the psalmist declares, "I will trust in thee." That Christian Scientists through trust in God have been relieved of many of the fears, both tangible and intangible, which have so long seemed to hold sway over mortals, is a cause of real thanksgiving to them. This is evidenced by the testimonies which are received for publication, as well as those given at the Wednesday evening meetings, as almost invariably much gratitude is expressed for this deliverance through Christian Science.

Mrs. Eddy has explained that "the procuring cause and foundation of all sickness is fear, ignorance, or sin" (Science and Health, p. 411), and it is because Christian Scientists have learned the truth of this statement that they are so largely successful in mastering sickness. It has been proved to them that "fear hath torment," and that it is necessary to cast out fear and to deny its claim of reality and power if the ills for which it is responsible are to be reduced to their native nothingness.

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