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'According as her labors rise ...'

According as her labors rise,    So her rewards increase; Her ways are ways of pleasantness,    And all her paths are peace.   —Michael Bruce, Christian Science Hymnal, No.

Through a new lens—our brilliance!

Ultraviolet light is invisible to the eye. The frequency of its wavelengths is so fast that the eye doesn’t register its existence.

Times of learning and spiritual growth

I was born and raised a Sikh, and my family was religious. In 1982, I moved from India to the United States to study.

Blessed with the role of expressing God

For those of us who are accustomed to turning to God for help, there may occasionally be one particular issue that we’re giving attention to through prayer. Most often, though, there’s probably more than one, or even a laundry list of issues! Specifically addressing each one is certainly vital to its healing and resolution.

Unlock that door!

What do you do when a locked door is standing in your way? Can’t get over it, can’t get under it, can’t get through it. Should you try to knock it down? Turn and walk away? Let it stop you in your tracks? No.

Seeing division, or oneness of Mind?

Recently I was reminded of a phrase that the discoverer of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, used when writing to Christian Scientists about abiding in God, in Truth and Love. She said that if they did this, they would be “one in heart,—one in motive, purpose, pursuit” ( Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, p.

A new year and God-directed progress

At the start of a new year, the promise of a fresh start is palpable. New goals and resolutions for an improved lifestyle take on a renewed impetus.

On the web

Christian Science Sentinel—Audio Podcast Learning to do God’s will by Richard Gates Richard describes how he prayed when he was faced with an overwhelming workload and shares the lessons he learned about how to do God’s will. for more, visit:  sentinel.

The greatest gift

When it seems like there’s so much going wrong in the world, is there anything we can do to help? There is. And it begins with letting the light of Christ shine in our own “dark places.”

Course correction

When a broken thumb looked like it might derail his soccer season, this author realized he had a choice. He could keep focusing on the image of the injury, or he could pray to see himself spiritually. His decision brought healing.