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"Man's moral mercury"

The dearest desire of the Christian Scientist is to love so deeply and universally as to be ready at all times to comfort and console, to heal sickness, or so-called hopeless disease, and to lift the burden of sin.
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Consistency

One often hears the popular saying, "Consistency, thou art a jewel.
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Right View of Finances

In connection with the affairs of individuals, organizations, communities, and nations today, one hears much about finance.
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Our Reading Rooms

It is always a joyous experience to visit a Christian Science Reading Room, wherein we may find spiritual refreshment.
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There Is No War

Reading the political and international news of the day, one can hardly fail to become aware that world thought is to a large extent obsessed by a belief in the imminence of war, and is more than doubtful of the possibility of devising means of averting it.
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"First the Kingdom of God"

A testimony was once given in a church by a woman who said: "I suffered from physical inharmony and worked against it according to the teaching of Christian Science.
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Character Building

Every substantial building, from a skyscraper to a modest bungalow, is carefully designed and erected according to approved standerds of construction, and a properly laid foundation precedes actual construction.
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Love's Child

I walk in Love's protectingEverywhere.
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Someone is quoted in your paper as stating that "a Christian Scientist...

Someone is quoted in your paper as stating that "a Christian Scientist is neither Christian nor scientific.
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Your London correspondent still claims to elucidate the...

Your London correspondent still claims to elucidate the teachings of Christian Science.
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The station announcer made the statement: "This is the...

The station announcer made the statement: "This is the Church of the Air.
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Making Use of Divine Power

What a power for good Christian Science bestows on all who understand its teachings! By revealing to them that God is omnipotent and that man is God's image, it shows them that the real man reflects unlimited power.
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Diligence

The way of diligence calls for vigilance in keeping spiritual perfection dominant in thought.
Items of Interest
The question is sometimes asked, What are the results of radiocasting Christian Science church services?
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The Lectures

Introductions to Lectures
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"He created it not in vain".
Testimony of Healing

I am grateful for all healings received through Christian Science

I am grateful for all healings received through Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
About twelve years ago I heard of Christian Science just after I finished training as a medical nurse, and I rejoice to say I believed in it at once.
Testimony of Healing
When about six years old I asked to be allowed to attend a Christian Science Sunday School which some of my boy friends were attending.
Testimony of Healing
Several years ago the greatest blessing to mankind came to me.
Testimony of Healing
It is with deep gratitude and a desire to share with others some of the blessings which have come to me through the study of Christian Science that I give this testimony.
Testimony of Healing
When the opportunity came to teach music in Montana, I was advised to accept, since it was supposed that the climate there was especially beneficial and would free me from colds and headaches.
Testimony of Healing
I am most grateful for all the wonderful healings I have experienced through Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
I am certainly grateful for Christian Science and for what it has done for me and for my family.
Testimony of Healing
A few years ago I had a beautiful healing of a crushed bone in one of my arms at the elbow, the result of an accident.
Testimony of Healing
Twenty-five years ago I was living in a small town in northern Ohio, and while going from our home to that of my wife's folks, I was taken ill and was helped into a neighbor's house, and a physician was telephoned to come at once.
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He Turned Aside to See

He turned aside to see,Nor followed with his eyes, or anxious thought,The windings of the sheep of Jethro's flockGrazing at peace upon the Horeb height;Nor feared lest one should stray,Or, timid, take to flight.
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Signs of the Times

[From the Queen, London, England]
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Orders for the Works of Mary Baker Eddy

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