Love That Never Faileth

In describing her solitary research along new lines of thought the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science says, "The Scriptures were illumined" (Science and Health, p. 110). Every sincere student of this Science has a similar experience of the illumination of the sacred pages, and particularly in the New Testament he recognizes Christ as "the power of God, and the wisdom of God," overcoming the false beliefs of the flesh.

To the Christian Scientist the gospel accounts of the mighty works of Jesus are full of meaning and help. "A true witness delivereth souls," says the proverb; and Christian Scientists learn humility and efficiency from their study of the Master's faithful and persistent work and his willingness to leave the result to God. Jesus declared the truth of being, and the fearless testimony that he gave in a world of fear, ignorance, and sin was twofold in effect. It established the new dispensation called Christianity in confirmation of his triumphant declaration, "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away," while it reformed the sinning and healed the sick in many immediate instances.

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