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Stability and assurance are achieved through obedience to spiritual status
In these days of lawlessness and increasing restrictions in so many parts of the world, it behooves the student of Christian Science to get a better understanding of the omnipotent and omnipresent law of God. The importance which Mary Baker Eddy attaches to such understanding may be seen from the several hundred references to law in her writings.
In "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mrs. Eddy says (p. 307), "Man was not created from a material basis, nor bidden to obey material laws which Spirit never made; his province is in spiritual statutes, in the higher law of Mind." What freedom is vouchsafed to mankind in these words! Since obedience to God's law unfailingly blesses, that which does not bless cannot truly be law and does not govern man or restrict him in any way, nor does it limit his infinite capacities as the image and likeness of God. That which is not God's law cannot be enforced, because it has no reality or power.
GOD'S PROTECTION—HOW IT IS DEMONSTRATED
EDWARD I. PETERS
ARE WE PROUD OF HUMILITY?
MAE DE VOE LETHBRIDGE
THE WAY OUT OF BONDAGE
JOHN RICHARD C. KENYON
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: THE GOOD SAMARITAN
EMILY ADA ASHCROFT
MICHAEL ST. JOHN O'CARROLL
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND THE SCHOOLTEACHER
ALICE GARDINER KNAPP
SPIRITUAL PERCEPTION REVEALS EVER-PRESENT PERFECTION
CAROLINE E. BREMNER
THE BROKEN SPELL
Florence Irene Gubbins
CHANGELESS AND UNAFRAID
LIGHT IN OUR DWELLINGS
Robert Ellis Key
Study of Science heals indigestion and other ills
Stomach ailment healed by action of divine Truth
Prayer provides protection during landing operation
Anna M. Asbury with contributions from Donald E. Norblom
Protection received from contagious diseases
Irma Vance Mason
Immediate healing of lump in breast
Icile V. Schneberger
A broken arm set properly; also glasses discarded
Dorothy Wish Trickey
Mental cloudiness healed after auto accident
Thelma V. Wheat
Signs of the Times
with contributions from E. G. Homrighausen, Erwin Juilfs, R. B. Owen, P. P. W. Ziemann, W. E. Tilton