What a glorious opportunity for spiritual growth working in the church organization affords! Church work well done brings growth in wisdom, experience, and understanding, because it strengthens the member's faith and trust in the spiritual realities of being and compels him to put the teachings of Christian Science into daily practice, whether he is filling a church office or serving on some committee.
"That which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and God requireth that which is past.
A small boy and his sister were walking early one summer evening with their mother along a narrow path at the edge of a rocky hillside.
I do not grieve because the way is strait,Because it narrows to the heavenly gate,For Love illumines it with light so great,Outshining hate.
There is an old Greek saying, "Let not your tongue outrun your thought.
Anyone attending a Christian Science church service will hear read from the desk every Sunday this inspiring admonition by St.
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Back of the Reading Room we have a lovely garden surrounded by attractive shrubbery.
A quiet room, where radiant lightUnveils the Christ in consciousnessTo those who need the healing mightOf gentle Love that lives to bless.
I feel that I owe Christian Science a great debt of gratitude, and I should like to tell how it has blessed me beyond anything I could have hoped for.
Mary Baker Eddy writes in "Science and Health with Key to the Scripture".
Previous to becoming acquainted with Christian Science, I had been an active member of an orthodox church.
An experience which has been very sacred to me, and which I should enjoy sharing with others through our periodicals, occurred in January of 1940.
The definition of "fear" given by Mary Baker Eddy in our textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures".
Not for a measured goodOr little love I pray,But opened eyes to seeGod's allness mine today.
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