A Definition of the word "testimony" reads, "Open attestation or acknowledgment." In a court of law true and accurate testimony is deemed of the greatest importance, and the court is watchful to obtain relevant and reliable evidence. The evidence which has been given is sifted and weighed to ensure the administration of justice.

The Manual of The Mother Church (Art. VIII, Sect. 24) contains the following words: "Testimony in regard to the healing of the sick is highly important." In saying this, Mary Baker Eddy, being aware of the need and value of such testimony, established the Wednesday evening testimony meetings, at which Christian Scientists have fitting opportunity to express their gratitude for Christian Science by bearing witness to its healing and saving power. Many gladly avail themselves of the opportunity. There are others, however, who, though desirous of bearing witness to the healing power of Christian Science, do not do so. Mortal mind offers suggestions which obstruct the giving of testimony, and they are taken in by these suggestions.

God's Promises
April 2, 1938

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