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The Sun is Shining
Some time ago, while working on a piece of work which seemed quite discouraging and gave poor returns, I found myself in tears. Suddenly turning and looking out of the window, I was quite surprised, and said to myself, "Why, the sun is shining!" It so changed my thought that I found peace at once.
When Jesus was called upon to give an account of his teaching, he said, "My doctrine is not mine, but His that sent me." In speaking for Christian Scientists in this age, we may say that the health, harmony, and peace which they enjoy are not in themselves, but belong to the Principle that governs them, which Principle is God, Good. While we keep in line with our Principle we have a never-ending source to draw from.
While learning my way in Christian Science I have had many proofs of God's love and power. Learning to love Christian Science, trying to live it and make it my own, I have been led out of darkness into light. I have learned the unreality of some discords as naturally as a child learns his lesson in school.
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Christian Science not Pantheism
John L. Rendall
The Contagion of Health
Edward C. Butler
In Answer to Criticism
Judge Fair Judgment
Albert E. Miller
The Quality of Faith
with contributions from Hamilton W. Mabie
Among the Churches
with contributions from Eva E. Bunker, Ada Beers Foster, Jennie L. Willis, Mary Callender
The Sky of the Heart
Maltbie D. Babcock
The Master's Test of True Discipleship
MARY A. DAGGETT
The Sun is Shining
The Phraseology of our Testimonies
MARTIN F. JACKSON
A Good Suggestion
W. H. MACFARLANE
with contributions from J. R. Mosley, Albert S. Batchelder, S. Burd Edwards, A.E. Jennings, Charles B. Jamieson
I feel that I can no longer put off acknowledging the...
B. Eaton Brooklyn
It is amazing from what a mere fraction of fact concerning...
with contributions from F. W. Robertson, Norman Macleod