Cherishing the babe of Christian healing: the need today

Nearly a century ago, Mary Baker Eddy wrote: "In different ages the divine idea assumes different forms, according to humanity's needs. In this age it assumes, more intelligently than ever before, the form of Christian healing. This is the babe we are to cherish." Miscellaneous Writings, p. 370.

Over the years since these words were written, the ongoing tide of Christian Science healing has brought blessing to countless families. It has also helped rekindle the bright promise of true spiritual healing for Christianity as a whole. Today there is a particular need in the United States—a need which all Christian Scientists will want to know about—to cherish this babe of Christian healing more deeply than ever.

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