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True Discipleship and Discipline
[From a teacher in a branch church Sunday School]
"Cast the net on the right side of the ship, and ye shall find" (John 21:6) was the command which Christ Jesus gave his disciples. They proved their discipleship by heeding Christ's discipline, turning from matter to Spirit. Then they found deliverance from the limitation of undisciplined material thinking.
Since the words "disciple" and "discipline" are derived from the same Latin word, there is a close relationship between a right sense of discipline and being a true disciple of our Master. The noun "discipline" means "training... which corrects, molds, strengthens, or perfects." The verb means "to order and correct the operation of, as one's talent or faculties; to train in self-control or obedience." Thus in following the Christ, Christian Science Sunday School teachers are disciples, or students, active in the discipline of the Christ Science.
"Effectual fervent prayer"
THOMAS E. HURLEY
The Value of Importunity
MABEL REED HYZER
Our "individual kingdom"
HARRY DE LASAUX
"The sustaining infinite"
EDNA MAY EVANS WHITE
NOT ONE IS LOST
Cosette E. Colby
Beauty an Essential Quality of God
WILLIAM B. RITTERBUSCH
Jim Sees the Truth for Himself
RUTH C. PRICE
Seeking True Status
Helen Wood Bauman
Reaching the Mountain Peak
Ralph E. Wagers
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
with contributions from Maurice J. Peacock
It would be impossible for me to...
Miriam Taylor Newman
Through the prayerful work of...
Bernard F. Karseboom
At a time when I had extra work...
When I first heard of Christian Science...
Helen W. Spinden
One of the first passages from...
In deep humility and gratitude...
Esta M. Mazarin
One summer, after some hours...
Dale Lewis Martin
About eleven years ago my left...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Pitirim A. Sorokin, W. H. Bourne