Sing unto him a new song. — Psalms 33:3 Exploring Bible Verses An exploration of Bible citations from the Christian Science Quarterly ® Bible Lessons “.
When I was in elementary school, I had to wear a uniform. Every morning, Monday through Friday, I woke up and put on that uniform: white shirt, plaid skirt, brown shoes with laces.
From the Office of Committee on Publication The founder of Christianity was executed by soldiers under the authority of a government official serving imperial Rome. Over the centuries since then, the relations between Christians and the governments under which they live have veered drastically back and forth.
“Watch out!” If you heard or saw that warning, in most cases it would grab your attention. We might pause and redirect our thought and actions.
In the current political climate—in the United States and many other parts of the world—there is a lot of focus on activism. As someone who for a long time identified as an activist and is now a student of Christian Science, I’ve thought quite a bit about action from a spiritual perspective.
Many of us have pondered “what if” questions, wondering if our prayers make any difference. But “what if” we could be reassured that God, the divine Spirit or Mind that is consciously loving us and preserving our lives, is present right where we are, and is also helping us to increasingly see this spiritual truth.
Years ago I saw a carnival attraction in which the floors under your feet tipped and moved as you walked through. The fun was in trying to keep your balance while you struggled to get to the end! Times of upheaval and instability sometimes feel a little like that, except they’re not usually fun.
The Christian Science Journal—Audio Podcast The meaning of prayer with David Kennedy and John Minard Guests talk about what prayer is, how we pray, and the good results we can expect from our prayers. for more, visit: journal.
Search me, O God, and know my heart: … and lead me in the way everlasting. — Psalms 139:23, 24 Exploring Bible Verses An exploration of Bible citations from the Christian Science Quarterly ® Bible Lessons “.
I was exhausted. I’d worked until almost midnight, come home, slept for an hour and a half, and now I was sitting in my study at 2:30 a.