Three children from a Christian Science Sunday School in Washington State share with the Sentinel how they’ve been healed through prayer. Quickly healed One day at camp our tent was serving breakfast.
In the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy says, “What we most need is the prayer of fervent desire for growth in grace, expressed in patience, meekness, love, and good deeds” ( p. 4 ).
Mary Baker Eddy’s discovery of Christian Science, which is based on a scientific, spiritual understanding of God, is as revolutionary today as it was when she discovered it in 1866. She describes how to reach this understanding of God in her book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, in which she has reduced divine metaphysics “to a system, to a form comprehensible by and adapted to the thought of the age in which we live” ( pp.
As I scanned down to the end of a friend’s e-mail, concluding his signature were the words coram Deo. We live in a time of fascinating valedictions and closings to written communication.
I have seen God’s unwavering, unstoppable love expressed in many ways, not the least of which was a healing I experienced in gaining freedom from addiction to tobacco. As a young adult I toyed with tobacco products such as chewing tobacco and with smoking cigarettes and cigars.
Christian Science Sentinel A precious gem by Leslie Dill Gondolf “What came to me in prayer was that color represented spiritual individuality, or variation in expression. Weight represented spiritual substance, balance.
I was raised in a family that didn’t have a lot of money. In fact, at times having food on the table each day was not possible.
Different Bible translations are useful for different purposes. It can be interesting, for example, to know that sometimes Jesus was actually quoting from the prophets.
The floral apostles are hieroglyphs of Deity. Suns and planets teach grand lessons.