THE ROCK OF STABILITY

Mary Baker Eddy writes in a letter to The Mother Church, "The unprecedented progress of Christian Science is proverbial, and we cannot be too grateful nor too humble for this, inasmuch as our daily lives serve to enhance or to stay its glory" (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 134). To conduct oneself in such a manner as to enhance the glory of Christian Science and assure its progress, a Christian Scientist needs to give much attention to the qualities he expresses.

One vital need is for stability. It appears normally in the faithful Christian Scientist. "He is a man of his word," is a tribute often paid to a man of integrity. A judge in a large city once wrote a letter regarding an acquaintance, a student of Christian Science, that while he had never heard her mention religion, he would have known that she was a Christian Scientist because of the stable qualities she expressed.

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