When Paul declared, "There is a natural body, and there is a spiritual body," his evident purpose was not to make a plea in behalf of matter or the flesh, which the Master before him had branded as a thing altogether unprofitable, but simply to comfort his hearers with the assurance that they would not lose their individuality on account of the apparent death of the mortal body.
Since the beginning of the present world struggle, one Christian Scientist thought she was working to the best of her knowledge for the good of mankind, but one day in May, 1917, while quietly studying the Lesson-Sermon, the telephone rang, and a message came from a dear son who said he was going to report on a certain date at a camp, to be better prepared to serve God and humanity.
For ages, weary, discouraged mortals have been seeking rest.
One of the most specious arguments of the human mind enticingly laid across the path of a Christian Scientist is that the student is, as such, entitled to personal privileges or to receive special consideration.
A Friend of the writer had been in the Rocky Mountains, and high on an almost insurmountable crag had discovered the nest of an eagle.