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Living the Truth
The spiritual interpretation of the Lord's Prayer as found in Science and Health gives one a desire so to live Christian Science that others will be attracted to it for its practical value.
The love which leads us to love all, whether friends or enemies, which teaches us to see the faults of others in the true light, which yearns to help and bless others, will attract them and cause them to see the possibility, the beauty and blessing of doing unto others as they would be done by. In that way God's kingdom does come to us on earth and the famished affections are fed, even as Jesus fed the multitude, and the supply is more than enough.
The path of duty, though often the path of sacrifice, is always the path of strength and honor. Genuinely noble life and service, disclose, in the end, their true worth, and the unselfish leader is at last approved by his fellows and blessed by God for the sacrifice.
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The Tree and its Fruit
BLANCHE H. HOGUE.
LAURA C. TUCKER.
Living the Truth
C. C. M.
Christian Science and the Church
Conversation about Disease
H. Coulson Fairchild
It has been well said that "sometimes a man is a physician...
Wm. H. Jennings
Christian Scientists are aware that their methods seem...
Charles D. Reynolds
with contributions from J. H. Jones, Frank Meek, William Broad, George P. Tawney
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from Victoria Murray, Florence Coutts Fowlie, Beatrice Southern, Emily Wright, W. F. W. Wilding, Joseph Daniels, Wm. Royle, Gertrude Smith, Frances Thurber Seal, Albert E. Miller
The sense of love and joy that came to me as I caught the...
Margaret T. Calkins
I am very thankful for my knowledge of Christian Science...
Twelve years ago I was obliged to undergo five surgical...
Charles A. Ryder
Christian Science healed me after everything else had...
Elizabeth T. Bell
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase