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Sunday School Notes and Comments
The "first lessons" (Church Manual by Mary Baker Eddy, Art. XX, Sect. 3) may be regarded as "first," because they form the foundation for all the other lessons and are important to one's progress in spiritual understanding. It is necessary, then, that all the pupils acquire this basis.
Several years ago, pupils in one of the older classes were asked to review very thoroughly, in connection with the Lesson-Sermon in the Christian Science Quarterly, the Commandments, the Lord's Prayer, and the Sermon on the Mount. This was done, and all gained more practical knowledge of these "first lessons."
The Balance of Power
BLANCHE HERSEY HOGUE
"A new commandment"
LINDEN E. JONES
ELOISE PATTILLO HENDRICK
Awake, O Dreamer!
RUTH EVELYN GROFFMAN
JANE GARAGHTY JENKINS
JEANNETTE DURKEE KNIGHT
"Playing the game"
EARL ALBERT RUSSELL
A Christian Science period in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation "Devotional Program"...
"Devotional Period" talk over Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Network by Russell K. Odell,
"He careth for you"
"There is no disease"
George Shaw Cook
with contributions from Clark C. Stockford, John R. C. Wright, Edith Coonley Howes
Tenderness drew me to Christian Science twenty-six...
Margaret West Hill
I have countless reasons for being grateful for Christian Science
Frank M. Milburn
In Science and Health our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy...
Aleph E. Cartwright
Great gratitude is mine for the opportunity of giving the...
Daisy E. Canute
It is with deepest gratitude for Christian Science and...
Some twelve years ago I was despondent, weak, and ill
Clarice W. Wyett
It is with a heart filled with gratitude that I give this...
Irene E. Sterling
About three years ago I had an illness, which grew...
In Article VIII, Section 24, of the Manual of The Mother Church...
Rowena E. Ausfahl
I should like to relate an incident which happened some...
Duane Sewell Somervell
Home at Last
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Jesse Randolph Kellems, Walter Lippmann, Edgar Lee Hewett, Stephen C. Clark, Jr., C. E. Macartney