Jesus constantly endeavored to establish in human consciousness an understanding of the kingdom of heaven, which Mary Baker Eddy defines, in part, in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures".
"Testimony in regard to the healing of the sick is highly important.
When called upon to express what we know, orally or in writing, how many of us are tempted to cry out, as did Moses of old, that we are not eloquent, but are slow of speech and of a slow tongue! If this be the case, we shall do well to consider God's reply to Moses, "Now therefore go, and I will be with thy mouth, and teach thee what thou shalt say.
God's work, which is the only real work, is going on harmoniously, and without interruption.
In the fourth chapter of Exodus we read how Moses, when he received God's command to lead the children of Israel out of Egyptian bondage, felt doubtful of his ability to impress them with the divine authority of his mission.
How often do we hear it said with regard to some unusual happening, "It is a miracle!" The word is perhaps used without any clear or correct understanding of its meaning.