The Burning Bush

When Moses was quietly shepherding the flocks for Jethro, he must have had plenty of time for observation, undisturbed by the sights and sounds of civilization. When, therefore, the phenomenon of the burning bush confronted him he said, "I will now turn aside, and see this great sight, why the bush is not burnt." In this experience there dawned upon him the great part he was to play in bringing the children to Israel out of Egypt, and the voice of God, speaking to him from out of the bush that was not consumed, said to him, as narrated in Exodus, "Put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou standest is holy ground."

Many are turning aside to see how it is that Christian Scientists rise above adversity; how it is that those formerly consumed by disease or sin are being healed by spiritual means and are doing their share in releasing their fellows from the Pharaoh of materialism. Many are marveling as distressing matrimonial difficulties vanish through the unifying influence of Christian Science. Unbiased observers are pausing to consider what is the "holy ground" spread through Christian Science before the weary feet of mortals.

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