Metaphysicians

On the hills and plains of Galilee and by the beautiful Galilean sea, sparkling in the sunlight, the greatest physician the world has ever known healed suffering humanity of multitudinous ills of the flesh. Palsy, blindness, deafness, lameness, fevers, leprosy, all yielded to the authority of his word. This physician healed without drugs or manipulation; and his patients did not have to wait weeks or months for the healing to appear.

No fear or doubt hampered the Master's demonstrations over error, and even at the tomb of Lazarus he was unhindered by any misgivings as to the outcome of his work. His confident, trusting assertion, "I knew that thou hearest me always," proved his implicit trust in the omnipotence and omnipresence of divine Life, Truth, and Love. No phase of error appalled or daunted him. Even the elements held no terror for him; for with authority he spoke to the stormtossed waves of the Galilean sea, and instantly "there was a great calm." To a sinner who had broken one of the Mosaic commandments he spoke the healing and regenerating word, "Neither do I condemn thee: go, and sin no more."

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