A God-filled Home

After a demonstration has been made in Christian Science one learns that he must hold his ground with humility and a real desire to know more of God if he wishes to progress in his work. He must work and pray consistently if he would press onward into the promised land of God's allness.

To one student of Christian Science, the story of the unclean spirit that had been cast out of a man, as propounded by the Master to his disciples, has always been of great interest. The effort of the unclean spirit to find an abiding place is the seeming effort of evil everywhere, for evil never has a place of its own, since it is but a hallucination. However, seeing his former abode "empty, swept, and garnished," the unclean spirit decided to go in and take with him some of his kindred spirits, "more wicked than himself;" and the Master's narrative finishes with the statement that the last state of that man was worse than the first.

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