Miscellaneous Writings (1883-1896) by Mary Baker Eddy
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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result; during which interim, by constant combat and
direful struggles, you get the victory and Truth heals him
of the moral malady.
   On the other hand, to the bedridden sufferer administer
this alterative Truth: "God never made you sick:
there is no necessity for pain; and Truth destroys the
error that insists on the necessity of any man's bondage
to sin and sickness.  'Ye shall know the truth, and the
truth shall make you free.'"
   Then, like blind Bartimeus, the doubting heart looks
up through faith, and your patient rejoices in the gospel
of health.
   Thus, you see, it is easier to heal the physical than the
moral ailment.  When divine Truth and Love heal, of
sin, the sinner who is at ease in sin, how much more should
these heal, of sickness, the sick who are dis-eased, discomforted,
and who long for relief!

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