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And he shewed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal. — Revelation 22:1 Exploring Bible Verses An exploration of Bible citations from the  Christian Science Quarterly ®   Bible Lessons “.

Prayer stopped the fighting

My three brothers and I were stuck. Them against me.

A Christly defense against evil

Today it appears that the very essence of democracy is under siege around the globe, and the high moral standards needed to support it are being threatened. The moral qualities of honesty, fair dealing, and integrity are being challenged by the encroachment of pseudo values that appear attractive and in vogue, but which undermine the very freedom democracy promises.

A right sense of ownership resolves conflict

The question of who owns what tends to stir up conflict. Whether it’s siblings fighting over a toy, ranchers in a legal battle over water rights, or nations warring to control a strip of land, possession of something and the rights that go with it are all too often the source of contention.

Love’s persistence

At every moment God’s love is present with us. There are times when we may feel that presence so powerfully that our expression of that love overflows to others, and at other times, we may feel another’s expression of love touch us.

Stick with what’s true about you

One time, a friend shared a picture on social media. It was a silhouette of something.

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Safe from the storm

Hurricanes, tornadoes, hail storms. Can we really stop bad weather with prayer? One pray-er responds.



Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law. — Psalms 119:18 Exploring Bible Verses An exploration of Bible citations from the  Christian Science Quarterly ®   Bible Lessons “.

Love and compassion in caring for health needs

There was an article in my local newspaper a few years ago announcing the opening of a new hospital in the neighboring town. To meet patients’ growing demand for more holistic care, the hospital would provide care that treated the whole patient—striving to meet both spiritual and physical needs.