To me it seems a privilege to give thanks to our heavenly...

To me it seems a privilege to give thanks to our heavenly Father through the pages of the Sentinel for the peace and joy that are mine because of the gift of Christian Science. An article in this publication some time ago brought out the thought that we must dwell in the ark, meaning the consciousness of ever-present good, and while pondering over it and what it meant to me personally, I saw a blaze in the kitchen. I had no fear, but went immediately and found my thirteen months' old child standing before the remains of her celluloid doll, which she had stuck into the gas flame of the range and carried, on fire, about eight feet. The hem of her flimsy little white dress had been scorched but not a hair of her head had been harmed. How happy I am to know what it means to dwell in the ark.

For five years Christian Science has been our only physician. It has met our every need, and from past experience we know that it will never fail if we do our part. I am trying to live each day aright, expecting grace and my daily bread, and in this way fear and worry are eliminated and it is easy to rejoice, for each is so full of God's love and tender care. I have put aside glasses, and we, a family of three, have been healed of many ills; but the greatest blessing has been the spiritual uplift and the true knowledge of God's abiding presence.—Vesta Hinkley Moore, Kansas City, Mo.

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