I will lay thy stones with fair colours, and lay thy foundations with sapphires. — Isaiah 54:11 Exploring Bible Verses An exploration of Bible citations from the Christian Science Quarterly ® Bible Lessons “.
O send out thy light and thy truth: let them lead me. — Psalms 43:3 Exploring Bible Verses An exploration of Bible citations from the Christian Science Quarterly ® Bible Lessons “.
As the physical and material, the transient sense of beauty fades, the radiance of Spirit should dawn upon the enraptured sense with bright and imperishable glories. —Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p.
On a hot Saturday morning in June, my mom, my brother, and I packed a bunch of luggage into my car. My brother and I were heading that day to our favorite place on earth—a camp for Christian Scientists.
When I was in middle school, I began asking deeper and deeper questions about God. I had been given a Bible, which I revered greatly, but I didn’t really understand it, although I loved the psalms and parts of Isaiah.
Recently, I spoke with a technology expert (my twenty-something friend) about my laptop’s persistent call for my password. Whether the password request came after a shutdown or a logout, whether I was away from my computer for an hour or a day, the demand was always there.
Why is it that sometimes we find ourselves remembering and holding onto bad experiences from the past, finding it hard to let go and move on? I’ve often heard people telling of bad experiences they’d had that happened long ago, experiences in which the emotional pain, resentment, and anger regarding something they thought was unfair were very hard to get over. This has made me wonder why it is that we sometimes feel helpless to move forward and get past certain situations.
I love the beautiful reality of “angels,” which I have discerned at many times in my life, including in a time of urgent need. To me, angels are messages from God.
When my daughter was still very young, joint problems developed in one of my hands. As the condition worsened and my knuckles became disfigured, I feared that perhaps it was too late to stop the degenerating process that seemed to have taken root.
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