THE TRUTH MAKES FREE

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Margaret was big enough to travel quite a long way by herself on the bus. Sometimes she would go several miles to spend the week end with an aunt who lived in the country. Margaret loved to do this, for she could spend many happy hours with her woodland friends—birds, rabbits, squirrels, and even a tiny hedgehog. Also, she was able to visit another Christian Science Sunday School, where she had many friends.

Margaret had attended the Sunday School in her home town since she was three years old, and it was here she had learned that God was her Father-Mother and that she could turn to this loving Parent in all her difficulties. She had read in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy (p. 276): "Discord is the nothingness named error. Harmony is the somethingness named Truth." This she had proved true many times in solving school problems and in healing herself of physical ailments.

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THE WILDERNESS
March 1, 1952
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