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Church Membership—Identification with Universal Good
A member recently admitted from overseas writes of her joy when notified of her acceptance into membership and adds: " The following Scripture exactly expresses my feelings: 'Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellowcitizens with the saints, and of the household of God' (Eph. 2:19). I felt a sense of completeness and of unity with the Cause of Christian Science—no longer an adherent, but a member, with a member's privileges and responsibilities; not partly, but fully identified with Christian Science."
To be identified with Christian Science is to be identified with universal good, to become "fellowcitizens with the saints, and of the household of God," even as the Scriptures declare.
"MERE PERSONAL ATTACHMENT"
W. STUART BOOTH
YIELDING TO TRUTH
ELIZABETH S. MURRAY
"THE BOND OF PERFECTNESS"
ELLA B. LELIE
I AM ALL RIGHT NOW
MURRAY GILBERT DAVIES
GOOD IS THE ONE GOD
CORA L. SLAUGHTER
SOME THOUGHTS ON USHERING
BEN J. FEWKES
WHO IS BOSS IN YOUR HOUSE?
Edna Wise West
Helen Wood Bauman
Robert Ellis Key
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
Over eleven years ago, after...
Mary H. Stickney
A dear Christian Scientist said to...
With deep sincerity I wish to express...
Mary Verne Bird
Oh that men would praise the...
Homer C. Ludden
For about two years after I had...
Marie I. Slingerland
I was an extremely orthodox...
Amelia D. Jacobs
O give thanks unto the Lord...
William M. Halbrooks with contributions from Edith F. Halbrooks
It is more than twelve years...
I want to praise God and express...
Grace Seeley Breese with contributions from John B. Seeley
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Richard A. Belsham, William E. Gilroy, A. E. Gould