"Go ye into all the world"— Daily

Jesus consistently spoke and acted from the basis of God's allness, and he proved this fact in his unsurpassed demonstrations. Mrs. Eddy describes him thus: "Jesus of Nazareth was the most scientific man that ever trod the globe." Science and Health, p. 313; Such a scientific individual would not give instructions that he knew were impossible to be carried out, nor would he give explicit orders that were the result of mere wishful thinking. Yet at the close of his earthly career he left the following instruction: "Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature." Mark 16:15;

True, the generally known areas at the time of Jesus were only a small part of the earth's surface; however, Jesus never thought or acted in terms of limitation. When he who walked on the water and fed the multitude in the desert said, "Go ye into all the world," he undoubtedly meant just that and expected his followers to do it.

The world for many years was asleep to the individual's ability to obey this command. Christian Science throws new light on the Scriptures and at the same time shows present-day followers of Christ Jesus how they can obey his order to "go... into all the world," namely through prayer.

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