Free of dust

Recently I heard a talk given by a world-renowned astronomer. He showed us beautiful pictures of nebulae—the colors and forms defying imagination. He explained that these stellar bodies were composed of cosmic dust—the substance, he said, that we are composed of. (This reminded some of us in the audience of the account in Genesis 2:7 of Adam’s creation from “the dust of the ground.”)

I asked myself what I considered were two essential qualities expressed by the men and women of God’s creating? I came up with intelligence and love. Then I thought: “If I could reach up and grab a handful of cosmic dust and put it on the table next to me, could it express intelligence and love?” Never.

Living Christian Science Today
'Happiness is the truth'
Living Christian Science Today
Handling serpents
Living Christian Science Today
The shark in the stream
Living Christian Science Today
Beyond the 'usual steps'
Living Christian Science Today
To be teachable
Living Christian Science Today
Breaking barriers in golf
Living Christian Science Today
A prayer at the mall
Living Christian Science Today
No foxes!
Living Christian Science Today
The case of the missing lamp knobs
Living Christian Science Today
Free of dust
Living Christian Science Today
Freedom from turbulence and fear
Living Christian Science Today
Never cut off from eternal life
Living Christian Science Today
‘Let there be light’
Living Christian Science Today
Losing our fear of weather
Living Christian Science Today
On the road with God
Living Christian Science Today
Healing of the past is no human ‘do over’
Living Christian Science Today
Understanding God’s limitless supply
Living Christian Science Today
Negotiating a job offer with integrity and prayer
Living Christian Science Today
Safe after being held up at gunpoint
Living Christian Science Today
The baskets are full

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.

Submit