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ONE of the familiar Bible stories is that of Hagar, the bondwoman.
A WIDOW with little children to care for was struggling bravely to make ends meet, but in spite of her efforts the bills continued to accumulate, and her creditors had become very insistent.
THE rich promises assured to those "who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit," are so inevitable that the earnest seeker for health, harmony, happiness, and peace may realize them to-day if he will study and embrace the teachings of Mary Baker Eddy, as expounded in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," in conjunction with the Bible.
IN days of strife and turmoil in the business world, when the business-man who sees only the material side of things often finds it difficult so to conduct his business that it returns even a reasonable profit, the Christian Scientist has great cause to be thankful in that he has that knowledge which enables him to turn from material evidence and know what true profit is.
IN the first chapter of his epistle to the Colossians Paul refers to God in the following very helpful words, as the Father "who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son.