I used to be scared of a lot of things. I was scared of going up the stairs at my school if no one was with me, and of going into the girls’ bathroom alone.
Spring is here! The flowers are peeking out of the ground. The birds are singing.
Last summer I went to America to attend a summer camp for Christian Scientists. While I was there, my throat got swollen during the night, and it really hurt to breathe.
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.
I was doing my hair one night, when suddenly my neck felt funny, and it seemed like I might have hurt it. At first I thought it was just a cramp, but as the night went on I felt more and more pain.
Diane was a bully. Most of the kids were terrified of her.
One day in ballet class I hurt my spine and my chest a bit when I tumbled forward. My daddy called a Christian Science practitioner to help me have a healing through prayer.
When Dwayne was little, one of his favorite things to do was spend time with his shovels, toys, and trucks in his wooden sandbox. It was fun to make roads and move the sand around.
I used to have not-nice dreams, and I was scared to go to sleep at night. But then I started listening more to God.
We were all having fun … or so it seemed! It was a couple of days before Christmas, and the house was full of relatives. We were playing games, and everyone was getting silly.