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WATCHER AT BETHLEHEM

First my ear caught the silver sound of a bell.
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THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM

On a clear winter night some nineteen centuries and more ago, many were troubled, sick, and for the most part enslaved.
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HOLD ON AND LET GO!

He stood in the doorway on crutches.
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ETERNAL CHRISTMAS

When the Christmas season has come and gone, thought is sometimes tempted to turn backward with a feeling of regret that the same glad spirit of good fellowship which characterized it seems no longer to permeate the hearts of mankind.
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HARMONY MEANS UNITY

If you were asked to express in one word what the world most needs, what all men most want, though they may not so define it, it might well be harmony.
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THE PROMISED LAND

An acquaintance once said to a student of Christian Science, "I have been traveling from place to place looking for the promised land, but I have never found it.
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GETTING ACQUAINTED

The longing for happy companionship is doubtless as old as the human race.
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The first Christmas was completely unworldly.
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THE STAR

They were a people who for forty yearsPitched their great tents against the burning dark,Drank from the brook at Eshcol, and shed tearsUpon the meads of Ain and saw the arkBorne before Moses.
Editorial

THE STAR AND THE SCEPTER

Luke's record of the nativity of Christ Jesus is fraught with exquisite beauty.
Editorial

EMPHASIS ON GOD'S GOVERNMENT

Slavery in any form is abhorrent to a freedom-loving people.
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Testimony of Healing

I give thanks to God

I give thanks to God.
Testimony of Healing
This testimony is written to encourage those who may be struggling with a sense of loneliness, difficulty, and indecision because of being the first or only one in a family to study Christian Science.
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In obedience to St.
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How grateful we should be to...

How grateful we should be to Mrs.
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Because I have received so...

Because I have received so much benefit from the teaching of Christian Science I feel that I must write my testimony.
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I began the study of Christian Science, not because I had need of healing, but because I was persuaded it was the truth, for I had seen my mother and my sister become sincere students of this religion.
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My sincere appreciation of Christian Science...

My sincere appreciation of Christian Science and my gratitude to Mary Baker Eddy, as its Discoverer and Founder, prompt me to give this written expression of love.
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It is not possible for me to express fully in words my gratitude for Christian Science.
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I wish to express my gratitude for the realization of God's protection, love, guidance, and preservation of me and mine.
Testimony of Healing
I did not come into Christian Science for healing.
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NO DESERT PLACES

A skylight window in an attic room,to some, might have meant discouragement and gloom;but one brave heart refused to acknowledge dangeror insufficiency.
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Signs of the Times

From an editorial in the Atlantic City Press, New Jerseyquoting The Progressive Farmer
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