"To whom shall we go?"

According to the record set forth in the sixth chapter of John's Gospel, Christ Jesus had been teaching in the synagogue at Capernaum. Stirred by the imperative import and spiritual demands of the Messianic message, many of the disciples went back, reluctant to follow the Master further. Jesus then asked the twelve apostles if they too would go away. With recognition that the Saviour had "the words of eternal life," Simon Peter replied, "Lord, to whom shall we go?"

Through Christian Science, which presents the original teachings of Christ Jesus, the heartfelt yearning for spiritual good epitomized in Peter's query may be fully satisfied. Mary Baker Eddy, revered and loved as the Discoverer and Founder of the Science of Christianity, emphasizes in her writings the fact that only through steadfast adherence to the spiritual teachings presented in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" can complete freedom from disease, permanent pardon of sin, and progressive deliverance from creedal beliefs be demonstrated. In "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany" (p. 111) our Leader writes, "The genuine Christian Scientist will tell you that he has found the physical and spiritual status of a perfect life through his textbook."

Walking Worthy of Our Vocation
December 12, 1942

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