In an article in a recent issue of the Telegraph, the writer,...


In an article in a recent issue of the Telegraph, the writer, referring to the so-called miracles of the Bible, says, "Mrs. Eddy will provide new ones."

The wonders of healing, of guidance, and marvelous protection recorded in the Bible were proofs to the people of God's love and power.

Mrs. Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, through her close study of the Bible, saw that in proportion as the Bible is spiritually understood, as one expresses his God-given divine nature and understands the law of God, the works of old can be carried on today. This, however, does not "provide" something new for the world, but it reveals to those who are hungering for this understanding that today, as of yore, men can rejoice in the orderly and natural proofs of a loving Father's care for His children.

Mary Baker Eddy writes in "Rudimental Divine Science" (p. 17): "The ways of Christianity have not changed. Meekness, selflessness, and love are the paths of His testimony and the footsteps of His flock."

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