At Our Testimony Meetings

EVERY student of Christian Science is vitally interested in the Wednesday evening meeting at which testimonies of healing in Christian Science are given. Frequently one's study of Christian Science dates from his attendance at one of these meetings.

To this service come the sin-weary, the sick, those burdened with problems they cannot solve, all looking for some proof that Christian Science can do what it claims to do. At every Wednesday evening meeting Christian Science is thus on trial; and witnesses for the defense are summoned to give their testimony. A definition of "testimony" given in Webster's Dictionary is enlightening on the point. It is as follows: "A solemn declaration or affirmation made to establish or prove some fact: . . . evidence consisting in declarations made according to law by a person as witness." When people arise in a Christian Science church and tell of some healing that has been accomplished in their own experience, they are really adding to the true evidence that is being offered to counteract the false evidence of personal sense.

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