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We Are Never Alone
Knowing God as man's only real relative and friend confers freedom from the belief that constant or frequent contact with persons is essential to our happiness. The abiding understanding of ever-present, infinite Love includes all real friendship and relationship.
Mrs. Eddy writes: "Would existence without personal friends be to you a blank? Then the time will come when you will be solitary, left without sympathy; but this seeming vacuum is already filled with divine Love. When this hour of development comes, even if you cling to a sense of personal joys, spiritual Love will force you to accept what best promotes your growth."Science and Health, p. 266;
As our understanding of Love's everlasting omnipresence increases, we more easily see why there can be no separation from God or from our loved ones, who are in reality His beloved spiritual ideas. God's great love for all His creation is humanly demonstrated in abundant supply for every need, whether this need is for healing of loneliness, grief, lack, or physical discord. We find Christ, Truth, supplying our human needs as we live our understanding of divine Love in daily contact with our fellowmen.
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"Where no fear was"
JEAN M. SNYDER
Out of the Wilderness
JAMAE WOLFRAM RICHARDSON
"Know the truth"
JOHN OGILVIE HORNE
The Treasure and the Thieves
We Are Never Alone
DORA J. HORTON
"It isn't there at all!"
ELEANOR SHIPMAN MINER
Starting from a Right Premise
ELIZABETH BICE LUERSSEN
"A released sense of Life in God"
Alan A. Aylwin
Christ Destroys Animal Magnetism
William Milford Correll
Christian Science has brought blessings to my family for three...
Joan Lindsay with contributions from Leon W. Lindsay
My parents, though not Christian Scientists, enrolled me in the...
Helen Seeley McGaffey
Christian Science was brought into my life as the result of deep...
Betty Willoughby Wiley
Some years ago my husband and I were living on an island where...
Winifred E. Dunt
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Ben Moreell, E. Lincoln Minshull