Good Is Here

IN human experience it may sometimes seem that there is very little or, perhaps, no means with which to meet human needs. The demand may seem so great, and the resources so limited, that the outcome may at best appear very uncertain. The need may be for employment, for more abundant supply, health, comfort, or courage to face the problems at hand. A poet has said, "Hope springs eternal in the human breast;" and it is indeed natural to hope, or to expect, that sometime conditions will be changed and a fuller measure of good be experienced.

To those in need, Christian Science offers more than shadowy hope or uncertain promises. It offers a definite and effective method of solving problems for those who are willing to learn and to apply the rules given by Mary Baker Eddy in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures."

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