"Unto the perfect day"

To those who have learned something of it, Christian Science presents an incomparable challenge—the challenge to annul mortality and prove the perfection of Life. This, of course, has been the challenge of Christianity from the outset; and through the work of Mary Baker Eddy, the full response to it has again been shown to be practical. On many occasions when death had been regarded as imminent and unavoidable under any other treatment, it has been prevented, and the patient restored to health, by Christian Science; and these instances, when they are understood, clearly foreshadow the complete overcoming of sin, disease, and death. Thus the high goal set by Christ Jesus when he declared, "If a man keep my saying, he shall never see death," has come to be regarded by many men and women in this age as attainable.

Are Christian Scientists doing all that they can to forward this glad achievement? Are they experiencing as much of it as they might, even now? How are they to improve upon what they are doing?

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