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cannot touch man. He is out of reach
of what material documents may declare.
Certificates of birth cannot attach
age to immortal being. Man's life was here
before the shadow of the flesh appeared,
and when the shadow of the flesh is gone,
still will shine forth, radiant and unimpaired.
Records of death refer not to God's son.
In such and such a place and of such parents,
graded particulars both good and bad,
some register may assert. This false appearance,
mortality's ancient birth-wrong, never had
reference to man, child of the Father-Mother
Spirit. Man's citizenship forever is
in the boundless realm of heaven; he knows no other
inheritance but good, all that God has.
No record of education, worse or better,
experience, training, past employment, can
limit man's opportunities or fetter
God's ever-unfolding purpose for His son.
No medical sheet can mask our inviolate wholeness,
no criminal record blemish our innocence.
The Christ, the resistless Word, affirms good's allness,
correcting flimsy records of physical sense.
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"THE INFINITE PENETRATION OF TRUTH"
L. IVIMY GWALTER
EFFECTIVE PRAYER FOR PEACE
Kathryn Laney Veazey
SPIRITUAL UNDERSTANDING DISMISSES SUPERSTITION
JESSIE DEANE MEWS
GLORIFY GOD IN THE FIRES
"OUT OF THE MOUTH OF BABES"
DOROTHY B. RIEKE
WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
"HOW IS GOD'S CHILD TODAY?"
MAXINE LE PELLEY
THE MOTHER CHURCH
Roberta Joan Seiferth
"MORAL AND SPIRITUAL MIGHT BELONG TO SPIRIT"
Richard J. Davis
Helen Wood Bauman
Peter J. Henniker Heaton
"Thou wilt keep him in perfect...
Mary M. Hillier
It was through my sister's becoming...
When Christian Science came...
Elmer Richards with contributions from Edna O. Richards
"Bless the Lord, O my soul, and...
I wish to express my gratitude for...
Charlene W. Lee with contributions from George Clive Marvin
Soon after commencing the study...
Margaret D. Nicholson
I have had much help and satisfaction...
I am very grateful that I was...
Carolyn V. Chislett
Signs of the Times
with contributions from James Comfort Smith, W. F. Shail, Alexander Maclaren, A. Gordon