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Editorial

Discovering eternal life—here and now

Over the years, an awareness that life is neither confined to mortality nor a fragile thread easily broken had been growing as I studied the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
Article

From loss to Life

An understanding of Life as God suddenly became imperative when my father passed on unexpectedly, presenting me with the greatest challenge I’d ever faced.
Article

Standing on the Rock

The harmony and well-being of our daily lives may be challenged severely, but nothing can upend them as we stand on the Rock, Truth, and on Jesus’ demonstrations of victory over discordant circumstances through trust in and the understanding of God.
Article
The antagonistic force of personal will only serves to strengthen entrenched beliefs.
Article

Hymns can help!

One day my mom took me to the bike track, but I was scared of going down bumpy hills. I decided to sing Hymn 1 from the Christian Science Hymnal.
Testimony of Healing

Job and home found through prayer

I was hired on the spot.
THIS WEEK'S EXCLUSIVES
Article

Never cut off from good

I stopped fixating on what looked like limited resources and changing circumstances and prayed to be more alert to the divine Love that takes care of everyone.
Voices and prayers from the field

How are you praying about recent events in Washington, DC?

The invasion of the United States Capitol last month sounded alarm bells. And they are pealing even louder as a result of a recent survey revealing that about 30 percent of Americans feel that if elected leaders aren’t going to “protect” America, the people must do it themselves, even if it means resorting to violence.
TeenConnect: Your Healings
While she was friendly with many of the students at her school, this teen yearned for a friend group of her own. When she began to pray about friendship, she not only ended up finding “her people,” but she got something even more profound: a deeper and more solid understanding of God’s love.
Sentinel Watch

Omniaction: God’s unlabored motion includes you

On this week’s Sentinel Watch, we’re talking about God as the source of all action, and how understanding this fact propels forward movement in our thoughts, in our health, and even in the world.

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THIS WEEK'S BIBLE LENS

Christ Jesus

February 22-28, 2021

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Testimony of Healing

Menstrual pain gone for good

I knew I had to stop seeing prayer as a ticket to temporary relief. I had to heal my thinking about this recurring pain.
Testimony of Healing

Quick healing after a fall

I turned my attention to the truth of God’s precise, continuous government of all creation.
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Editorial

The truth about fear

Knowing that heaven-born peace is permanently ours as God’s reflection, we can always refuse entrance to fear—for ourselves, for humanity—seeing it for the baseless fallacy it is.
Keeping Watch
The same power Jesus expressed is available today to all who follow Christ’s commands.
Poetry
Enjoy this week’s poetic offering.
Keeping Watch
The inner calm that comes from experiencing God brings outward harmony. This spiritual peace we experience in thought can’t be undone.
Keeping Watch

On the alert

To be mentally alert is to stay attuned to God, to listen to the voice of the Christ continually, regardless of where we are and what we are doing.
TeenConnect: Trending

Healed of depression

It seemed like no one—not my parents, my teachers, or my friends—knew how to help me.
THIS WEEK'S EXCLUSIVES
Article

Never cut off from good

I stopped fixating on what looked like limited resources and changing circumstances and prayed to be more alert to the divine Love that takes care of everyone.
Voices and prayers from the field

How are you praying about recent events in Washington, DC?

The invasion of the United States Capitol last month sounded alarm bells. And they are pealing even louder as a result of a recent survey revealing that about 30 percent of Americans feel that if elected leaders aren’t going to “protect” America, the people must do it themselves, even if it means resorting to violence.
TeenConnect: Your Healings
While she was friendly with many of the students at her school, this teen yearned for a friend group of her own. When she began to pray about friendship, she not only ended up finding “her people,” but she got something even more profound: a deeper and more solid understanding of God’s love.
Sentinel Watch

Omniaction: God’s unlabored motion includes you

On this week’s Sentinel Watch, we’re talking about God as the source of all action, and how understanding this fact propels forward movement in our thoughts, in our health, and even in the world.

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THIS WEEK'S BIBLE LENS

Christ Jesus

February 22-28, 2021

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Testimony of Healing

Child healed of injuries from bike accident

There was no ongoing suffering, disfigurement, or anything that prevented me from having an exciting and joy-filled adventure along with the rest of the family.
Testimony of Healing

Flu symptoms healed

A few days before Thanksgiving of 2019, I went shopping with a friend who is a retired medical nurse.
Testimony of Healing

Scalding quickly healed

Instead of being mesmerized by pain, I felt Love’s tangible, healing presence.
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Editorial
Nothing overcomes the limits of material living as effectively as growing in our spiritual understanding and expressing that in more loving lives. 
Article
Like the two women who approached Christ Jesus, I realized I would go to any lengths for even a crumb of spiritual understanding.
Article

When the unexpected happened

How would we pay our bills? How would we put food on the table? 
Poem

Not neglecting my thoughts

Enjoy this week’s poetic offering
Article

Prayer and protection from wildfire

I knew I needed to pray immediately, but the fire seemed so frightening that it was difficult to think of anything else. What helped me was asking myself, “How does God see things right now?”
TeenConnect: Your Healings

Healed of mono

This healing gave me a lot more confidence in my ability to pray for myself.
THIS WEEK'S EXCLUSIVES
Article

Never cut off from good

I stopped fixating on what looked like limited resources and changing circumstances and prayed to be more alert to the divine Love that takes care of everyone.
Voices and prayers from the field

How are you praying about recent events in Washington, DC?

The invasion of the United States Capitol last month sounded alarm bells. And they are pealing even louder as a result of a recent survey revealing that about 30 percent of Americans feel that if elected leaders aren’t going to “protect” America, the people must do it themselves, even if it means resorting to violence.
TeenConnect: Your Healings
While she was friendly with many of the students at her school, this teen yearned for a friend group of her own. When she began to pray about friendship, she not only ended up finding “her people,” but she got something even more profound: a deeper and more solid understanding of God’s love.
Sentinel Watch

Omniaction: God’s unlabored motion includes you

On this week’s Sentinel Watch, we’re talking about God as the source of all action, and how understanding this fact propels forward movement in our thoughts, in our health, and even in the world.

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THIS WEEK'S BIBLE LENS

Christ Jesus

February 22-28, 2021

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Testimony of Healing

Shoulder injury healed

I leaned in to the work of spiritually discerning my innate unity with God.
Testimony of Healing
One day when our son was a toddler, he was running a high fever and started having convulsions.
Testimony of Healing

Knee injury healed

While downhill skiing several years ago, I felt something give way in my knee as I was going around a mogul.
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Editorial

Love that never changes

Looking for love means looking to more fully express God.
Article
Beginning to realize the nature of God as divine Love opens a whole new and infinite context for loving others thoughtfully, and for renewed trust in God’s power to heal.
Article
For me, forgiveness was a gradual process helped by my study of the Bible and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy.
Poem

Beautiful you

Enjoy this week’s poetic offering
Article

From pressure to patience

This was what I had actually been wanting this whole time—to feel and know Love better.
Kids' Video

A valentine . . . from God?

We don’t have to wait for Valentine’s Day to feel loved.
THIS WEEK'S EXCLUSIVES
Article

Never cut off from good

I stopped fixating on what looked like limited resources and changing circumstances and prayed to be more alert to the divine Love that takes care of everyone.
Voices and prayers from the field

How are you praying about recent events in Washington, DC?

The invasion of the United States Capitol last month sounded alarm bells. And they are pealing even louder as a result of a recent survey revealing that about 30 percent of Americans feel that if elected leaders aren’t going to “protect” America, the people must do it themselves, even if it means resorting to violence.
TeenConnect: Your Healings
While she was friendly with many of the students at her school, this teen yearned for a friend group of her own. When she began to pray about friendship, she not only ended up finding “her people,” but she got something even more profound: a deeper and more solid understanding of God’s love.
Sentinel Watch

Omniaction: God’s unlabored motion includes you

On this week’s Sentinel Watch, we’re talking about God as the source of all action, and how understanding this fact propels forward movement in our thoughts, in our health, and even in the world.

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THIS WEEK'S BIBLE LENS

Christ Jesus

February 22-28, 2021

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Testimony of Healing

Laceration healed

A meaningful healing occurred for me last summer.
Testimony of Healing
At one point in my life, I had been addicted to a prescribed sleeping pill for over 12 years.
Testimony of Healing

Digestion issues healed

One spring after college, I worked for a local museum, running a youth camp as its only program leader.
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God gives us His spiritual ideas, and in turn, they lead us to our home in Soul, our true existence.
Article
I acknowledged that because God is my loving Father-Mother, my divine Parent, my needs are always supplied.
Glimpses of Truth

Our home in God

I look forward to being in my right place by holding on to good and loving thoughts.
Article
Since God is the unlimited source of all good, His supply is always full and available.
Article

Getting our history straight

Our true “history”—our eternal reality—is actually spiritual and good because we’re made in the likeness of God.
Poem

Body

This body’s not a prison from which we must escape.
THIS WEEK'S EXCLUSIVES
Article

Never cut off from good

I stopped fixating on what looked like limited resources and changing circumstances and prayed to be more alert to the divine Love that takes care of everyone.
Voices and prayers from the field

How are you praying about recent events in Washington, DC?

The invasion of the United States Capitol last month sounded alarm bells. And they are pealing even louder as a result of a recent survey revealing that about 30 percent of Americans feel that if elected leaders aren’t going to “protect” America, the people must do it themselves, even if it means resorting to violence.
TeenConnect: Your Healings
While she was friendly with many of the students at her school, this teen yearned for a friend group of her own. When she began to pray about friendship, she not only ended up finding “her people,” but she got something even more profound: a deeper and more solid understanding of God’s love.
Sentinel Watch

Omniaction: God’s unlabored motion includes you

On this week’s Sentinel Watch, we’re talking about God as the source of all action, and how understanding this fact propels forward movement in our thoughts, in our health, and even in the world.

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Stay in the loop with our go-to email newsletters. You'll find timely, curated content and online issue updates, designed to keep your prayer watch focused and fortified. Delivered straight to your inbox each week.

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THIS WEEK'S BIBLE LENS

Christ Jesus

February 22-28, 2021

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Article
I prayed not only for myself but also for my dad’s business and for the rest of the country.
Testimony of Healing
The idea came as clearly as if spoken out loud that I should call the personnel director of an organization I cared about deeply.
Testimony of Healing

Prayer routs flu symptoms

One morning a few months ago, I awoke not feeling like myself, with symptoms that were flu-like.
Testimony of Healing
Step by step, I could identify, claim, and demonstrate my pure, spiritual wholeness, and this growing understanding would have a tangible effect in the healing of my body.
Testimony of Healing

No room for pain

I still feel the joy of that moment when I really knew that I forever live in the secure arms of Love.
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