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Signs of the Times
Happiness and contentment in this life never arise out of vain striving, or envy, or lust for the possessions of others, or out of turmoil or strife. Happiness and contentment are inner qualities, and unless the spirit is calm and assured there can be no soul-satisfying peace.
In sum, it is not what a person has on the outside that creates happiness and contentment; it is that which reposes on the inside. The unhappiness of many persons of wealth is proof enough of this. The qualities most sought ... are born within and expand within.
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Benefits of Organized Church Activity
DAISETTE D. S. MC KENZIE
Obedience through Love
MAX J. SIMON
The Inevitable Change
LENA M. HALL
MORRIS WISNER LEE
Be Not Afraid
PHYLLIS MC NEAL SWINTON
The Power of Gratitude
ALICE M. MILLER
Spiritual Co-operation Is of God
ISABEL M. CUTELLI
The Certainty of Truth's Healing
ROYAL P. MAULSBY
Reflecting and Collecting Good
CLAIRE E. MOORE
"Let us exalt his name"
MAUDE DE VERSE NEWTON
The Joyous Task of the Elect
John Randall Dunn
Neither Sinner nor Sufferer
Paul Stark Seeley
Christian Science Committee on Publication for Ontario, Canada, Reports
with contributions from Mayme Dahlem
I am most grateful for all the...
Although I regularly attended...
Eleanor E. Copeland
No words could ever express my...
Margaret E. Hobson
Christian Science has been the...
Cecil James Larsen
I am glad to express my deep...
Mabel V. Kepler
Christian Science has done so...
I desire to share with others the...
Margaret V. Freeman
My gratitude for Christian Science...
Frances Charlotte Greenwood Broones
Not only do I wish to substantiate...
Feasting on the Word
MARIAN J. COBB
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Frank E. Worwood, William P. King, Roy L. Smith, Harry Dochla