Christian Science—A Practical Help to College Students

[Written Especially for Young People]

Jane was a junior at college, and she was popular. The girls liked her for her friendliness and sunny disposition. She was a good athlete and played on the varsity hockey team. She also waited on table in order to help earn her way through college. She was quick, efficient, and cheerful. In fact, Jane was a splendid all-round girl.

But college was not easy for Jane. While always conscientious about her studies, she was not at all a brilliant student. Yet she had to maintain a certain average in her marks in order to retain the scholarship which enabled her to remain at college.

Brought up in the Christian Science Sunday School, Jane had been taught to look to God, the one Mind, as the source of all intelligence, and this she was striving to do. But the work seemed harder than ever at the beginning of her third year, and by mid-semester, she had grown discouraged and a little frightened lest she be unable to make the necessary grades.

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"If thine eye be single"
January 24, 1942

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