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GOOD IS NATURAL
[Of Special Interest to Young People]
A Young Christian Scientist had been looking forward eagerly to an excursion with friends. A short time before departing, her friends found it necessary to change their plans, and she was left either to stay at home or to go on alone.
Very much disappointed, she was tempted to feel sorry for herself, but instead she immediately affirmed: "This feeling of lack is not God's provision of good for me. Regardless of the evidence, I refuse to accept it."
Even though she had declared this truth, she was not prepared for the good which unfolded. Five minutes later her doorbell rang, and she was greeted by two visitors who were more than ready to accompany her.
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THE GREAT HEART OF INFINITE LOVE
LOUISE HURFORD BROWN
WHAT IS THE ONE THING NEEDFUL?
LESLIE BURN ANDREAE
WATCH AND PRAY
GLADYS L. HAIGIS
WHERE DO WE LOOK FOR SUBSTANCE?
EDNA A. LICHTENFELS
CHURCH EXAMINATIONS AND HOSPITALITY
CECIL JAMES LARSEN
GOOD IS NATURAL
BETTY JANE DRISCOLL
Benjamin Sturgis Pray
AFTER SUNDAY SCHOOL—WHAT?
John Randall Dunn
THE VALUE OF A SENSE OF VALUE
Paul Stark Seeley
Many years ago my great-grand-father...
Ruth Anne Windsor with contributions from Pearl Clark, Flora A. Kelley
When I first heard of Christian Science,...
Winifred Margaret Reinold
One morning, in the spring of...
Phyllis H. Larsen
"Train up a child in the way he...
Robert A. Shaw
I have received so much help...
Christian Science came into my...
I am unspeakably grateful to...
Louise S. Raines
Elizabeth M. Platte
Signs of the Times
with contributions from William T. McElroy, H. G. Davis, Wesley Littlewood, Wallace R. Bryenton