THE LEAVENING AGENT

How can I make my Christian Science treatments more incisive, more effective, joyous, and complete? This is the query of all sincere workers in Science. Yet sometimes when we struggle with a problem, using the Concordances to the Bible and the works of Mary Baker Eddy and making affirmations and denials, we find that relief is difficult to get, or perhaps is gained only after we have enlisted the aid of a practitioner. Certainly there is an answer to be found in Christian Science.

Perhaps a clue may be obtained from an experience of the writer's. A friend of his has a rather widespread reputation for being a master cakemaker. Recently she baked one of her specialties which usually turns out six inches high and as light as a feather. But lo, this one rose not a bit and was thick, gummy, and inedible. The baker exclaimed with embarrassment, "Oh! I forgot to add the baking powder, and it didn't rise." Yet all the ingredients for a perfect cake were there except one tiny bit of leavening agent.

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