MAKING DECISIONS

"Has God entrusted me with a message to mankind?—then I cannot choose but obey." Such was the attitude of Mary Baker Eddy to her lifework as stated in her Message to The Mother Church for 1901 (p. 31). Nothing could more clearly indicate the character of the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.

Many have proved by experience that when they maintain an inner conviction of the value of Mrs. Eddy's mission to mankind, weak hands and feeble knees are strengthened. Christian Science is the most important activity in the world today. A recognition of this fact lifts one above what appear to be personal limitations. How much is one willing to sacrifice mere personal desires for the opportunity to have some part in the great work our Leader established? That is the question one is called upon to decide, and he must decide it for himself.

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