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Christian Science is a religion of healing and of joy, a religion which inspires its adherents to seek the heavenly harmony which is the reward of the demonstration of its truths.
Among the first lessons the student of this Science learns is this one: that there is much to sacrifice in order to attain the desired spiritual progress in Truth. If he remembers that any sacrifice which Truth demands of him brings joy, his growth will be a continuously happy experience, a benefit not to himself alone, but to those also with whom he shares his experience.
Our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, well knew the value of sacrifice, for she states in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 155): "Sacrifice self to bless one another, even as God has blessed you. Forget self in laboring for mankind; then will you woo the weary wanderer to your door, win the pilgrim and stranger to your church, and find access to the heart of humanity. While pressing meekly on, be faithful, be valiant in the Christian's warfare, and peace will crown your joy."
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THE SHADOWS FLEE
HORACE J. CARVER
Edith Baird Robinson
USING OUR TALENTS TO REFLECT LIGHT
P. Lachlan Peck
CHRISTIANLY SCIENTIFIC ESCAPE
ALICE MYERS WINTHER
ESTHER DAVIS EDDY
THE HOLY MOUNTAIN
Ray Lewis Leach
THE UNIVERSALITY OF JESUS' TEACHINGS
Helen Wood Bauman
GOD'S INEXHAUSTIBLE BENEFITS
It would take the pages of a...
Margaret L. McConnell
I have been a student of Christian Science...
John W. Sorrelle
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With all my heart I thank God...
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Florence L. Cottrell
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Ellen J. Brabham
I have received many blessings...
Beulah F. Bastian
I am very grateful for the help...
Clifford James Reece-Wattis
Gratitude and love for Christian Science...
Eliza Baylis Nowak
"To those leaning on the sustaining...
Virginia R. Adams
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