Practice

[Written Especially for Young People]

WOULD a football player be selected for the team of a school if he rarely came to practice? Would he be sent in when the whole game depends on the gain of a few yards? Rather would the boy who had faithfully appeared on the practice field, worked hard, and followed instructions carefully, be called forward to help win the game.

Young students of Christian Science have the privilege of choosing and following the best instruction ever given for living and progressing. Through their daily study of the Lesson-Sermons in the Christian Science Quarterly they, so to speak, receive coaching in the spiritual method of overcoming obstacles of limitation, lack of ability, sickness, and unhappiness. But these instructions will be of little value unless they are put into practice in the school and home.

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