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When a student of Christian Science is working for the healing of an erroneous condition, he keeps his whole attention on Truth and does not allow his thoughts to wander without direction. Spiritual being is the goal he holds in constant view. He knows that if he would heal through divine Mind he must first of all understand that man's true being exists in Spirit, not in matter. Moreover, he must understand that the divine power of God is absolute and present. He must employ consecration, promptness, orderliness, and confidence, for these qualities are essential to purposeful thinking.
On the other hand, when one believes that he has a problem, should he warn himself: "I have much error to meet today, for this is a big trouble facing me"? Or should he declare, "I have much of God, good, to meet today, for I am God's own child and His very likeness"? Certainly one's emphasis should be upon the stature, the grandeur, of the real man, not upon the size of one's problem. One's desire, rather, is to bring his mortal selfhood into conformity with good, and this change can come about only through the divine inspiration which reveals to human thought the perfection of infinite being.
DANIEL A. COWAN
"The dearest spot on earth"
MARGARET C. DEAN
Is Holiness Practical?
HENRY BARTHOLOMEW COX
May Bess Everitt
Soul, Our Dwelling
CORNELIA JOYCE HALEY
A Mental Stumbling Block Removed
RALPH F. OBERNDORFER
How I Helped Mommy
JUNE DIMOCK EPPS
Alan A. Aylwin
A Proper Sense of Concern
William Milford Correll
My parents, who knew very little about Christian Science, enrolled...
Undine B. King with contributions from Diana M. Brillisour
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Eleanor F. Hoover
When I was nineteen years old, my mother became interested in...
Raymond A. Edwards
Humbly and gratefully I want to acknowledge some of the many…
Maude Daphne Bingham