Mr. Justice Wilbur well says, in his Sunday school reference...

San Jose (Calif.) Mercury-Herald

Mr. Justice Wilbur well says, in his Sunday school reference to the healing which Jesus brought to Peter's mother-in-law, that "the great fact that stands out before us is that Jesus ministered to the sick and the suffering." So far and so successfully did Jesus carry this ministration, it may be added, that he asked no aid of medicine or physicians, but simply applied the spiritual truths which he taught, to the healing of supposedly incurable diseases and even to the raising of the dead.

Thus he was quite willing to test the soundness of his teachings, which have since become known as Christianity. He did not ask his hearers to accept his doctrine merely on his say-so; he was ready to prove its validity by actual demonstration. To him sickness was an opportunity for presenting an object lesson in the science which he practiced and which of course has not the remotest relation to medical practice.

Be a Law to Yourself
January 10, 1920

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