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THE MIRROR'S LESSON
[Of Special Interest to Children]
This is the story of a lovely healing which Christian Science brought to a little girl named Carol. Every week end Carol went to her grandmother's house for a visit, and on Sunday morning she always attended the Christian Science Sunday School.
For some time error had been talking to her about an earache, and one Saturday night she woke up crying. She was listening to error's earache story again. But this time her aunt, who was listening to God's direction, came into the bedroom, and sitting down beside her, told her a very different story.
"Carol," her aunt began, "I'm going to tell you a story about a room that was filled with mirrors. There were mirrors on the walls, mirrors on the ceiling, and even mirrors on the floor!" Can't you imagine how quickly Carol stopped crying to hear about this strange room that had mirrors on the floor?
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HOW REAL IS GOD TO US?
E. ELOISE PRICKETT
RICHARD P. PALMER
DON'T YOU REMEMBER?
GOOD THOUGHTS ARE SALUTARY
PRAYER FOR GUIDANCE
Winifred Brown King
PHYLLIS J. FOSTER
RUTH J. EDWARDS
RICHARD C. JOY
THE MIRROR'S LESSON
JANET GRACE SASS
OUR FIRST AID
Peter J. Henniker Heaton
SELF-KNOWLEDGE AND ITS RESULT
Richard J. Davis
THE UNREALITY OF MATTER
Helen Wood Bauman
GOD GIVES US STRENGTH
Jennie Baird Schooley
Christian Science is a demonstrable...
Wiladene Weber Stickel
During the past twenty-five years...
At one time it was necessary to...
Irene Virginia Moon
I am most grateful to God for...
Claire Vandernot with contributions from Simone Vandernot, Modeste Vandernot
I have had many healings in...
Julia C. Ginzel
Christian Science first came into...
John W. E. Gilhespy
Christian Science first came to...
Ethel B. Hubbard
Christian Science came into my...
Isabel Hicks Gassett
These words from a hymn in the...
Edythe M. Lockwood with contributions from John E. Lockwood
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