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Wisconsin. and 9th Sts., Washington,
(Oct 05) D. C. Daily noon meetings. Mondays at Milly H. Esmond, 4:30 P. M., for questions. Circulating
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Prof. LeRoy Moore. (Aug 05)
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119 Park Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Lucile M. Cowles,
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Dr. Agnes V. Kelley, trouble of any kind.
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Christian Teacher and Healer. The Huron Manse, Wolcott, N. Y.
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How to attain through the power of invalidism through the mighty
thought is given in demonstration, by power of the living, loving Word.
Mrs. Katharine Hay, 203 West 81st Present and absent healing. Teach
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treatments 9 to 10 P. M. Office ho 'S, Box 165,
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EW words in Christian thought and life
have more meaning than the inspiring word, “Father.” The word was by no means new in the sense in which Jesus
used it. It is a universal term, and has been used in all ages and among many peoples to signify the highest conception of God. But it receives a new spirit in the life and teachings of Jesus. The whole life and meaning of the Christ is summed up when Jesus lifts his eyes to heaven and speaks “ as no man spake,” addressing God as the Father. Hence in a peculiar sense it is a Christian word. In those memorable passages in which the human side of Jesus is most clearly seen, Jesus is always reported as addressing the Father, either in a spirit of thankfulness, or in momentary despair lest the human shall not be equal to the task set by the divine. On the other hand, the idea of the divine fatherhood is central in the entire gospel teaching, in the conception of the kingdom of God as already “at hand.” Thus the word has a special meaning for the struggling soul, alone in its anguish; and a meaning for every moment of social conduct, inasmuch as it implies the supremacy of love and the brotherhood of man.
For each one of us, however humble, however learned, it is the word "Father," with all that it implies, which keeps the thought of God from becoming vague, mystical or pantheistic. When we try to define what we mean by the idea of God, it is easy to yield to the thought that God is beyond all