Deliverance from Quicksands

In a sermon delivered at Boston entitled "Christian Healing" Mary Baker Eddy said (p. 1): "History repeats itself; to-morrow grows out of to-day. But Heaven's favors are formidable: they are calls to higher duties, not discharge from care; and whoso builds on less than an immortal basis, hath built on sand."

To build on "an immortal basis" is the earnest endeavor of every sincere Christian Scientist, but the path from selfish material interests to a higher and more spiritual level of living is often difficult to attain without falling, from time to time, into the quicksands of human thinking. In Webster's dictionary we learn that quicksand is "sand readily yielding to pressure."

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