Radio and press continue to keep stirring pictures of defense work before public thought.
In Christian Science the real substance and identity of man, as evidenced by such qualities as intelligence, life, beauty, strength, order, harmony, and complete satisfaction, are found to be the manifestation of Mind.
At no time in the world's history has there been a greater necessity for alertness concerning the nature of thoughts entertained— whether they be of God, healing, sustaining, and protecting, or are expressions of the general mortal concept, mesmeric, fearful, and obstructive.
It would be difficult to find anyone who in the very depth of his heart did not desire to express joy in some way.
The definition of "wilderness" which Mary Baker Eddy has given us in the Glossary in our textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," reads in part.
When error's storm assails.