In a recent issue there appears an article by a clergyman...

Passaic (N. J.) News

In a recent issue there appears an article by a clergyman under the caption, "The Facts of Life." After pointing out the turmoil and restlessness of the world to-day, our friend naturally and justly draws the conclusion that the price for this condition must be paid, and proceeds to say, "The growth of Christian Science is eloquent testimony to the price being paid."

It is not entirely clear that our friend intended this as a tribute to the efficacy of Christian Science as a remedy for the ills he describes, but the tribute if unintended, is all the more forceful. As a matter of fact, and in very truth, Christian Science is proving itself to constantly increasing thousands to be the refuge from their disquiet and the remedy for their unrest. It is daily and hourly revealing to those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, a practical, effective method of escape from "the heartache and the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to." The Master said, "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest," and the world has been longing for centuries to accept his loving invitation, but has not known how. It must be admitted that the condition of the Christian world to-day is evidence that the churches have not been making plain and clear the way to accept the Savior's invitation. It has therefore remained for Christian Science to open the way, "make straight in the desert a highway for our God," and "lift up a standard for the people."

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