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UTILIZING THE CONCEPTS OF TRUE CONSCIOUSNESS
The consciousness that God, divine Mind, is All-in-all and that His manifestation is infinite, as revealed in Christian Science, is our true treasure. This consciousness includes the true concept of all that constitutes perfect Life, which is ever at hand to be utilized.
Even a single concept that we steadfastly acknowledge as already spiritually present in true consciousness inevitably manifests itself beneficially to us here and now. We may all heed the invitation in Isaiah (55:1), "Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price."
Two things that every human heart yearns to have are good health and sufficient supply. One who desires God's blessings must cling steadfastly to the perfection of God and His image and likeness, man, no matter what alarming pictures fear and anxious thought would conjure up. Christian Science teaches one to remember that his only enemy is a suppositional material sense of things that would attempt to rob him of his true, spiritual consciousness, with its harmony and abundant life.
"THE DEAR CHRIST ENTERS IN"
GLADYS C. GIRARD
NO INTERPOSITION BETWEEN GOD AND MAN
J. THOMAS BLACK
THE POWER OF UNIVERSAL LOVE
STELLA I. CULDICE
THE PERFECT WORK OF PATIENCE
RAY D. KELSEY
MAN'S UNITY WITH GOD
LUCILE O. THROCKMORTON
LOYALTY TO THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT
DONALD M. SWINNEY
CLAIRE G. CORRIDON
LAW AND POWER
Helen Wood Bauman
PARENTS' RESPONSIBILITY TO CHILDREN
Ralph E. Wagers
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with contributions from Alvin D. Johnson, Lee H. Bristol