Everyone desires to be considered a well-balanced person.
Among the innumerable blessings and benefits which Christian Science brings to humanity, perhaps the greatest is the gradual but certain transformation of the human character, by which the grosser elements are lost, while all that is fine, noble, grand, and enduring, remains because it is related to God, good.
It has been aptly said that the seven units of time, namely, seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years, constitute seven great fears of mankind.
What a burden is lifted from the human heart when sickness is discovered to be not the true condition of man, but a mistaken belief concerning God's spiritual, perfect man.
While reading the narrative of Noah and his sons, contained in the ninth chapter of Genesis, a student was impressed by the difference in the attitude of one son and that of his two brothers in respect to the father's sin.
To one whose motives are right, error must present itself in very subtle ways in order to be accepted as truth.