ut little time  has been devoted to their answer. Further enlight- enment is necessary for the age, and a periodical de- voted to this work seems alone adequate to meet the requirement. Much interest is awakened and expressed on the subject of metaphysical healing, but in many  minds it is confounded with isms, and even infidelity, so that its religious specialty and the vastness of its worth are not understood.
It is often said, "You must have a very strong will- power to heal," or, "It must require a great deal of faith  to make your demonstrations." When it is answered that there is no will-power required, and that something more than faith is necessary, we meet with an expression of incredulity. It is not alone the mission of Christian Science to heal the sick, but to destroy sin in mortal 
thought. This work well done will elevate and purify  the race. It cannot fail to do this if we devote our best energies to the work.
Science reveals man as spir