Meekness inherits all good from God

When I was a teen-ager in a Christian Science Sunday School, I had a teacher who was never put out by the "difficult" questions the class thought up to ask him. He did not profess to know all the answers but would turn us again and again to the Scriptures and especially to the life of Christ Jesus.

Our teacher's humility and strength lay in his practical understanding of the Master's teachings, which he had learned through the study of Christian Science. His love for God had brought healing and regeneration into his own life. This was the basis from which he taught. No teen-ager could argue long with the manifest meekness that this man expressed. He taught us more by his own example than he ever knew.

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