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Signs of the Times
The Reverend A. L. Fahnstrom in The Galva News Galva, Illinois
Referred to as—"The Good Book," " The Word of God," "The Holy Scriptures," and "A Best Seller,"...the [Bible] is well named, for it contains a most important message of love and hope to those who will take the time to study its contents....
[One] outstanding truth in the Bible, and little practiced today, is the healing of those who were sick. James, a very practical and down-to-earth man, admonishes us in his writings concerning many things. In the 5th chapter and 14th and 15th verses he admonishes us to pray for the sick, saying as follows: "Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord: and the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven him."
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The Quality of Wonder
Man Stands Undefiled
CORA B. JENSEN
God Always Hears
JANET MESSENGER HASWELL
LOVE, BEING LOVE
Althea Brooks Hollenbeck
Becoming a Christian Scientist
Qualities for All Mankind
ELAINE HIBBARD ROBINSON
Recognizing Man's True Nature
NATHAN A. TALBOT
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Blueprint for Parents
Helen Wood Bauman
Here and Now
Alan A. Aylwin
Consecration to good does bring order out of chaos! This I have...
Delpha Perret Truesdell
I would like to express my sincere gratitude for the love and protection...
Earl H. Friese with contributions from Lillian Friese
I did not begin to study Christian Science for a healing, but I was...
Emily Trybom Soderberg
When I was a new student of Christian Science, I had a severe...
Ellen Lucy Tein
I had the privilege of being reared by Christian Science parents
Annalee M. Poole
From childhood I suffered from nightmares
Constance E. Butler
Signs of the Times
with contributions from A. L. Fahnstrom, Franklin P. Frye