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Many hearts are uplifted today in thanksgiving for the turning tide of the war.
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One of the subtle claims that endeavors to discourage the neophyte in Christian Science is the belief that the subject is too "deep," and therefore difficult to understand.
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"No change my heart shall fear"

Many of us, during these uncertain times, have been tempted to forget the significance of Jesus' words, "The kingdom of God is within you.
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Every Wednesday evening in Christian Science churches all over the world testimonies of healing are given and gratitude is expressed for blessings received.
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Man Lives

Man does not live by bread alone.
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True Reverence

Reverence for God is more than sitting quietly and respectfully in church with folded hands and bowed head, or thinking of God on Sundays and religious holidays.
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Today there is hardly a home, a family, or a business not affected by drastic change of some sort.
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"The secret place"

In the material world today there is great evidence of destruction, loss, separation, and homelessness.
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I Am a Spiritual Child of God

Dale was a grateful little boy as he raced about his grandfather's farm singing happily,
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Benefits of Church Membership

Twice a year The Mother Church admits new members.
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The Clasping of Hands

The attraction or repulsion which individuals sometimes feel towards each other may be a purely mortal instinct, and if so, it is often proved erroneous with closer acquaintanceship.
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The Joy of Untangling Snarls

"Oh, what a tangled web we weave," exclaims Sir Walter Scott in his poem "Marmion.
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Applications for membership in The Mother Church are acted upon by The Christian Science Board of Directors, twice each year, as provided for by the Manual of The Mother Church, Article XIII, Section 2.
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Los Angeles, California.
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European Bureau: Burwood House, Caxton Street, London, S.
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James W.
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William Reid JohnsonCommittee on Publication for OklahomaDaily World, Tulsa
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Glamorganshire, South Wales
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Salvation

Far off seemed victory, though bravely sought;And here, the tempter in the shade of thought,Nodding in soft intent its evil head:"Don't suffer any more—try me instead.
Testimony of Healing
I have so often been benefited during the last ten years by the testimonies in our periodicals that I should like to add my hymn of praise to our beloved Father-Mother God for the good received through the study of Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
My blessings have been so manifold since taking up the study of Christian Science that I wish to express my gratitude.
Testimony of Healing
I am very grateful for Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
I am writing this testimony with the hope that it may encourage someone.
Testimony of Healing
Christian Science was presented to me in answer to my sincere desire to gain an understanding of God.
Testimony of Healing
I offer this testimony to repay in some measure the help I have received from testimonies in our periodicals.
Testimony of Healing
Although I have had many healings in Christian Science, I write this testimony on supply in the hope that it may reach someone faced with a problem similar to the one I had.
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I should like to share with others some of my experiences, and humbly acknowledge my gratitude to Christ Jesus, our Way-shower, and to our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, for illuminating the way with her great discovery, Christian Science.
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There is an overtone of judgmentin that tender invitation,"Ask, and it shall be given you.
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Signs of the Times

Williamsport PioneerIndiana
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The publication of a new solo setting for one of Mrs.

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