Giving and Receiving

Many of us, and perhaps most of us, who have turned to Christian Science for help in our time of need, have received more blessings from the activities of this Science than we can easily enumerate or repay. We have learned from actual experience that the healing regeneration of Christian Science in the daily life is a foretaste of heaven, or eternal harmony; and our gratitude should grow proportionately more profound as we begin to realize somewhat the full import of this regenerative work in our own lives and in the lives of those about us.

All the avenues of usefulness which have unfolded in dignified order, as the result of Mrs. Eddy's wonderful foresight and unselfed love for humanity, are worthy of our heartiest cooperation. Not the least of these is the Sanatorium under the supervision of The Christian Science Benevolent Association, which has evolved from the growing necessity of providing a place of refuge for those in need of care and treatment. Articles which have appeared in the Sentinel upon this subject are worthy of careful consideration by every adherent of Christian Science, whether he counts himself among the oldest or the youngest of its beneficiaries. These articles summarize the manifold ways in which this Sanatorium is accomplishing good for humanity, and are ringing bugle-calls to all the field for higher demonstration and more consecrated effort in serving the Cause which has made this benevolence possible.

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The Christian Science Hymnal
August 25, 1923
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