In his epistle to the Romans, Paul speaks of those things which must needs follow the way of the evildoer, and contrasts them with the sure rewards which come to those who, through "patient continuance in well doing," have earned the right to recognition as followers of the Christ.
The healing work in Christian Science bears witness to the truth of its teaching; and the prosperity and growth of the Cause of Christian Science are in a great measure based upon this healing work.
There is a little word which in the light of Christian Science is an exceedingly important one—the word "now.
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What grandeur and glow there is in the thought of the early morn, when comes the dawn, the awakening to a new day, in which to live and move in accord with all that means light, life, and love! Mankind has associated the morning with luminous skies, singing birds, glistening dewdrops, rose-tinted mountain peaks, and an awakening to new aspirations for more light, for that which is higher, healthier, and holier.
The Bible tells us in Genesis, in language quite unmistakable, that God created man "in his own image.