Home

One of the common necessities of mankind is home. Being ever ready to pervert the true idea of home, material sense claims that home may range from a hovel to a palace; that strife may infest it; that there may be lack of means to support it; that it may be made or broken by a whim or a chance circumstance.

Throughout the ages, however, many men have dimly realized that the uncertain human home is temporal. Spiritually-minded people in varying measure have believed in the existence of a higher and more permanent abode. The Psalmist sang, "Lord, I have loved the habitation of thy house, and the place where thine honour dwelleth." But it remained for Christian Science to reveal and make possible the present utilization of the truth about home.

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