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Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with...
"Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name" (Ps. 100:4). These words express my gratitude to God for His goodness to me and all mankind by the revelation of His practical law of good through divine Science.
A few years ago I was bitterly unhappy and suffering from attacks of asthma. Although I loved my children dearly, I was so tired and discouraged that life had very little meaning for me. When the physician who was trying to help me suggested that I purchase the equipment and medicine to give myself injections when the attacks of asthma came, I recoiled in horror at such bondage. I refused to buy it, but another member of the family did. Every time I opened the cupboard door and saw the unopened box I would, in great anguish of thought, ask God why and how I had arrived at this state. I had been reared in the belief that God punished sin and tried one's faith by sending illness and problems.
Who Is My Neighbor?
L. IVIMY GWALTER
The Importance of Persistence
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
Rejoicing in the Wilderness
The Right to Be Joyful
FRANK S. MOORMAN
Margaret Hovenden Ogden
Confidence and Conviction
LET GO AND LEAN!
Praise in Worship
Helen Wood Bauman
Alan A. Aylwin
Until I was eight years of age, I spent approximately one third...
James Wallace Gillies, Sr.
It is with sincere gratitude to Christian Science for all the help...
Grace G. Winstone
Early in our study of Christian Science we proved the efficacy...
Otto W. Van Tuyl
Two days before he was to start the first grade, one of our boys...
Elizabeth Chase Herberich with contributions from Frederick David Herberich
For a considerable time I had experienced daily hemorrhaging
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Arnold J. Walker