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"Heaven's first law"
[Written Especially for Young People]
"Order," Pope defines as "heaven's first law." Commenting on this statement, Mrs. Eddy says (Retrospection and Introspection, p. 87), "The poet's line, 'Order is heaven's first law,' is so eternally true, so axiomatic, that it has become a truism; and its wisdom is as obvious in religion and scholarship as in astronomy or mathematics."
The quality of order, then, is plainly of prime importance, and should be given first place in our thinking if we expect to demonstrate harmony in our experience. Orderly, reasoned, accurate thinking is capable of all good. Confused, unreasoned, erring thought leads to unhappiness and defeat.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Ralph H. Knapp, George Shaw Cook, The Christian Science Board of Directors, Edward L. Ripley
DELLA M. WHITNEY
"The numeration-table of Christian Science"
J. WOODRUFF SMITH
"Heaven's first law"
BARBARA D. WILSON
A Christian Science program in the Canadian Broadcasting...
"Devotional Period" talk over Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, conducted by Robert A. Duncan,
Abiding Spiritual Consciousness
George Shaw Cook
"The good shepherd"
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from George H. Kinsey, Catherine Mulvey, Coralie R. Chauvin
My gratitude for Christian Science and for what it is...
M. Ina Biberon
About twenty-five years ago, a woman came to our home...
Orleanor M. Humphrey with contributions from Howard E. Humphrey
In gratitude for the many blessings received in Christian Science...
Jonas Fielding with contributions from Mary Fielding
For some time I have felt I should like to express my...
Eighteen years ago we moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where...
Helen A. Drew with contributions from Leonard Drew
HULDAH M. JOHNSON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from V. Bernhard, D. Carl Yoder, Wesley C. Oldt, Francis W. Ede, J. L. Newland, F. W. Moyle, O. B. Little, Benjamin E. Watson