The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer. — Psalms 18:2 Exploring Bible Verses An exploration of Bible citations from the Christian Science Quarterly ® Bible Lessons “.
“What’s wrong?” “Are you OK?” “I’m fine,” I lied, shaking off the concerns of my friends. But I wasn’t fine; I was scared.
Love for God and man. That was the notable distinction attributed to the 41st president of the United States, George Herbert Walker Bush, at his memorial service in Washington, DC, last year.
It seems there are a lot of lies around these days. Blatant dishonesties, yes, but also subtle deceptions and misrepresentations.
When someone is facing a crisis, many people are quick to offer their sincere prayers. Yet, not everyone thinks prayer is beneficial or rational, or even agrees what it means to pray.
Two words in Christ Jesus’ statement, “Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted,” ( Matthew 5:4 ) confused me: blessed and comforted. When someone is in the throes of mourning, especially when a loved one has just passed on, how can they feel blessed? How can the individual who is left behind be comforted? These are questions I’ve grappled with, and I’ve found some answers through studying Christian Science.
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Alone on a dark street, this young woman seemed to be a prime target for an assault. But right in the moment when she seemed most vulnerable, a clear message from God broke through her fear and helped her find safety.
Ye are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit, if so be that the Spirit of God dwell in you. — Romans 8:9 Exploring Bible Verses An exploration of Bible citations from the Christian Science Quarterly ® Bible Lessons “.
One evening when I was lying in bed in the dark, I suddenly felt a strong pressure on my ribs. I didn’t know what it was, but I immediately reached for my Christian Science Hymnal, because I always get many inspiring thoughts from it.