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CAN CRITICISM HEAL?

The goal of a Christian Scientist is to abide in a healing consciousness.
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LOVE, THE COMFORTER

As leaven lightens heavy bread,As dawn makes darkness bright,So love erases grief and dreadAnd makes all burdens light.
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THE UTILIZATION OF LOVE

"Prayer is the utilization of the love wherewith He loves us," writes Mary Baker Eddy in "No and Yes".
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INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY

The question of individual identity is one which may recur again and again to the student of Christian Science until he finds in its study and revelations an answer that satisfies the intelligent demands of reason.
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OBLATION AND OBLIGATION

The words oblation and obligation have interesting definitions.
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LET US NOT FEAR

Let us not fear life's starless nightNor hear the tale it tells—The earthborn chronicle of manAnd sorrow it impels.
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"REPENT YE"

The public ministry of Christ Jesus began with his admonition to repent.
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JIMMIE STANDS HIS GROUND

Jimmie was just four years old when he learned that hurts and sicknesses will go away when you are not afraid and face them with the truth.
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THE GIFT OF GOD

To wake at dawn and know anewThat Christ comes hourly to youIs fragrance of rare frankincense,Is myrrh of God's omnipotence,Is gold from out that greater mold;It is to live within Love's fold.
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THE SANITY OF MIND

Christian Science reveals the true nature of God and man.
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A HEALING APPROACH

The spirit of Christianity animates those who approach every problem with the desire to heal and save the victims of error, rather than to condemn and punish them.
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The Mother Church Wartime Fund, which was opened in January, 1942, and which so magnificently financed the work of the wartime years, is still open.
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In order that radiocast lectures may be announced in the Sentinel in time for pickup in countries outside the United States, will churches expecting to give such lectures send this information to the Journal.
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LETTERS TO THE PRESS FROM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION

West London Press London, England
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"Through God we shall do valiantly.
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FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION

Sweden
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From a Christian Science chaplain in Korea
Testimony of Healing
Although words are very inadequate to express my deep gratitude for all the good which the understanding of Christian Science has brought to me, I wish to say that I am profoundly grateful for the provision made by our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, for the giving of testimonies in the periodicals.
Testimony of Healing
My heart overflows with gratitude for the love and comfort that Christian Science has brought into our home.
Testimony of Healing
Christian Science came into my experience about fifteen years ago when I needed a satisfying and practical religion.
Testimony of Healing
I received my introduction to Christian Science in 1936, when our two daughters started to attend a Christian Science Sunday School.
Testimony of Healing
Too long have I delayed expressing my gratitude for the main blessings Christian Science has brought and is bringing me daily.
Testimony of Healing
I should like to give this testimony in deep gratitude for the spiritual unfoldment that has come to me through the revelation of Christian Science, which our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, has given to the world.
Testimony of Healing
I turned to Christian Science in desperation because of much suffering occasioned by a nervous breakdown.
Testimony of Healing

I should like to acknowledge my...

I should like to acknowledge my gratitude for Christian Science.
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Signs of the Times

From an editorial in the East Denver Journal Denver, Colorado
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