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For the Children
Some Simple Truths
Error is not anybody; it is never you. It is not a person. Sometimes it seems to be persons, because it borrows so much. Error lives on what we lend it. It is like a person who cannot make a living, and has to live by borrowing all the time. That is just the way error lives on borrowed life and power.
The reason it seems to be persons—many persons—is because it borrows eyes, ears, tongues, and minds to live by. But persons are only the lenders, lending themselves to error, letting it borrow life and power from them.
Unless we watch, error will borrow our hands and feet, and if we lend them, they will get into mischief; they may slap and kick and destroy things. Hands and feet must be good helpers. We must lend them to good only.
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"Where is he that is born King of the Jews?"
WILLARD S. MATTOX.
Order in our Church
BARBARA C. ROE.
"Infinite Love is reflected in love."*
The Soft Answer
WALDO P. WARREN.
Echo of the Communion
SUE H. MIMS.
Clifford P. Smith with contributions from G.
Mistaken Criticism of Christian Science
W. D. McCrackan
An Unauthorized Criticism
James A. Logwood
Paul tells us that this human or carnal mind is enmity...
John H. Williams with contributions from Walter Raleigh
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Among the Churches
Kate D. Grant
Some Simple Truths
Two years and a half ago I was a complete invalid in...
Frances M. Osborne
I have experienced a wonderful protection through reliance...
In 1890 I gave up business in the East and went to try...
Calvin C. Hill
Although I was raised in the Christian doctrine, I had...
I am only a little girl eleven years old
Fern Van Allen
I should like to tell of my healing
A. E. D.
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...
Mabelle E. Everett
with contributions from Rainsford, Joseph Armstrong, Stephen A. Chase
R. J. Campbell with contributions from Maeterlinck, P. F. Marston, Wendell Phillips