This Is the Way

In the fourteenth chapter of St. John is found a record of one of the last conversations of Jesus with his disciples. He had been pointing out to them the necessity of their following in his footsteps, assuring them that they knew the way. Thomas rather querulously said, "Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we know the way?" In reply Jesus gave these crisp, clear statements: "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." Here is indicated the great truth that there is one way, and only one, that leads to the Father, divine Principle; to infinite good, health, and harmony.

"Only one way! How narrow!" is a common comment. Yes, it is a narrow way. So is the multiplication table narrow. There is only one way rightly to multiply, subtract, or divide. Yet this one narrow way leads to vast astronomical calculations. No one dreams of calculating correctly by following some other way; by having a personal multiplication table of his own. Have you ever tried having a multiplication table of your own?

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