"Those who have named the name of Christ"

[Written Especially for Young People]

"May divine Love so permeate the affections of all those who have named the name of Christ in its fullest sense, that no counteracting influence can hinder their growth or taint their examples," says Mary Baker Eddy on page 223 of "Miscellaneous Writings."

These words of the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science are full of inspiration for the individual who is endeavoring to be an obedient Christian Scientist. When allowed to govern his thinking, the power and gentleness of the Christ prove to be a needed protection against any opposing evil thought. As Mrs. Eddy's words are pondered by the student, his appreciation of her tender solicitude for the welfare of mankind is keenly felt. A warm sense of love for our Leader, and gratitude for her clear insight into the world's needs, floods his thought.

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