HE "CAME WHERE HE WAS"

Those of us who have experienced the blessings of Christian Science, who have been healed, comforted, and inspired, sometimes wonder why others do not more readily accept the great good available to them through its study and practice. It seems plain to us that no one would hesitate to turn unreservedly to divine Love for inspiration and healing if he understood the ever-present availability of God's goodness as revealed in Christian Science.

The question quite naturally presents itself: What can we do to make the great good which has come to us as Christian Scientists available to more of our fellow men? First of all, each of us individually must be willing to extend his horizons and to share more generously with others the blessings of our religion. Christ Jesus illustrated the importance of true neighborliness in his parable of the Samaritan who ministered to a wounded traveler's needs after a priest and a Levite had passed him by. The good Samaritan, who ministered so lovingly to the traveler, "came where he was" (Luke 10:33) and met the injured man's need in a way that he could readily appreciate.

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