The man at the pool of Bethesda had been waiting for his healing for thirty-eight years. Questioned by Jesus, he responded pathetically, “Sir, I have no man, when the water is troubled, to put me into the pool: but while I am coming, another steppeth down before me.
For a while, I had warts. They were mostly on one leg and foot.
I have wanted to know more about God and my relationship to Him for as long as I can remember. When I found out there was a class I could take that would further my study about God and my ability to bless others through healing—Primary class instruction in Christian Science—I dearly wanted to take it as soon as possible.
Come to thy bowers, sweet spring, And paint the gray, stark trees, The bud, the leaf and wing— Bring with thee brush and breeze. —Mary Baker Eddy, Poems, p.
While I was on vacation, funds in my checking account were stolen. I was left with a balance of seven dollars and some change.
In The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany , our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, says: “Beloved Christian Scientists, keep your minds so filled with Truth and Love, that sin, disease, and death cannot enter them. It is plain that nothing can be added to the mind already full.
The lives of Christian Scientists have proved over and over again that turning to God for His care and guidance is practical and reliable. It’s wonderful to experience this care—to have, right at hand, the preventive and curative power of God, who is “our Father and our Mother, our Minister and the great Physician: …” (Mary Baker Eddy, Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, p.
Christian Science Sentinel Snowbound, yet nourished by Love by Kim Shippey “We were filled with the ageless reassurance within the Lord’s Prayer that God supplies all our needs and lovingly shepherds us through all of life’s challenges. ” for more, visit: sentinel.
All my life I have gained comfort and inspiration from music, especially the hymns from church services. When I wake up, a line from a hymn is often my first conscious thought.
According to a recent Monitor’s View, “Post-crisis, the world reconnects its dots,” indicators of globalization are rebounding since the economic crisis in 2008. The world is getting a bit smaller, with some increasing flow of goods, services, and ideas across borders.