LET NO MAN TAKE THY CROWN

As one experiences in Christian Science the vision of the Christ, which presents the spiritual idea of God and man's true being, he learns that this Science is a religion of works and not words, a religion to be demonstrated. He begins to appreciate that his understanding of its teaching must be lived if it is to be of any value to himself and others. He also learns that this Science of actual being has to have practical human exemplification. He finds that one's understanding of the truth has to have evidence in daily living.

It is one's ability to live his understanding so continuously that it is observable in his life and conduct that naturally makes a Christian Scientist a shining light in am community. One's manifestation of the Christ will inevitably be seen and acknowledged. Recognizing the example of right living and acting, the Master declared in his memorable Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5:16), "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven."

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