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As I read, week after week and month after month, the...
As I read, week after week and month after month, the wonderful outpouring of praise that ascends from grateful hearts, I too rejoice in thankfulness for the truth that is bringing light "to hearts and homes benighted."
During all the experiences of my life, my most cherished desire was that some day I might have a message to bear to the world that would uplift and strengthen. That desire has been answered, and the message has been given; and what a message it is! higher than I had ever deemed possible! For this blessing of Christian Science what cross is too heavy to bear? what task in overcoming self too difficult to perform? With the high goal of final achievement before our vision, what can obstruct our path heavenward?
This Christ, Truth, has brought to me what I once hoped for, but only looked for in some far-off future time impossible to calculate.
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The Now of Spiritual Being
SUE H. MIMS.
REV. ARTHUR REEVES VOSBURGH.
The True Possession
Evolution necessarily involves the belief that human life...
RICHARD P. VERRALL
Zeal against a religion, without any adequate idea of that...
WM. H. JENNINGS
Like all other religions and philosophies, Christian Science...
JOHN L. RENDALL
with contributions from Hermann S. Hering, Seth W. Gregory
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Letters to our Leader
Editor with contributions from E. Howard Gilkey, Louise King
A dear little nephew had been spending the morning with...
Helen C. Sherer
Nine months ago I was a weak, miserable woman, unable...
When one is benefited as much as I have been in the...
Mary L. M. Warnock
About fourteen years ago, my husband and I studied...
Adello B. Lathrop
From being a tired, cross, and nervous woman I have...
I have received so many blessings from Christian Science...
Belle Percy Glaze
GEORGE D. ARTHUR.
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