But He whose Spirit searcheth deep Hath sent His Word to all mankind, The Word that bids them find and keep The priceless treasures of His Mind. —Elizabeth C.
I’ve been on a competitive swim team since the end of fifth grade. But still swimming has always been a growing experience for me—especially once I got to high school and my coach put me in the three hardest events: the 200 individual medley (eight lengths of the pool doing two lengths of each stroke), the 100 fly (four lengths of butterfly), and the 500 free (20 lengths of freestyle).
Years ago, I found a Christian Science Sentinel in a beauty shop. I opened the magazine to an article about a young girl losing her locket, the family praying for its return, then finding the locket in a street gutter—and it cleaned up like new.
I live in a subtropical part of the United States that is prone to hurricanes and tornadoes. One morning I felt impelled to deeply ponder and study this passage from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy: “There is no vapid fury of mortal mind—expressed in earthquake, wind, wave, lightning, fire, bestial ferocity—and this so-called mind is self-destroyed” ( p.
Jesus’ disciples must have been surprised. They had tried to shield him from some small children—but he rebuked them! “Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not,” he said, “for of such is the kingdom of God” ( Mark 10:14 ).
I was in the middle of a search for a new home in a major city, and I was discouraged. I had been looking for a couple of months at apartments on Craigslist and was being shown apartments by several real estate agents, none of whom seemed to try to understand my preferences and needs.
When one is sitting by a boisterous river, it may be difficult to detect the deep, quiet lessons that may lie just below the surface. There does not seem to be anything peaceful about a loud, rapidly flowing river.
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Those end-of-the-world moments may leave us feeling like there’s no way out of the darkness. But there is, and whether we know it or not, we’re already being rescued.
Faced with an “impossible” test question, this author turned to this spiritual fact: that man is “the compound idea of God, including all right ideas.” What happened next didn’t just help him with that exam, but with the tests he had to take going forward, too.