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Have you ever said to a friend as part of a greeting, "What's new?"
Anything you do not know is new to you. By the same definition, however, what you do know is not new but old. Being old, it may no longer be both important and interesting. But not so are spiritual words, ideas, and usages. No matter how well you may think you know them, they are ever fresh and new and can become operative in your present experience.
In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, declares: "Nothing is new to Spirit. Nothing can be novel to eternal Mind, the author of all things, who from all eternity knoweth His own ideas." Science and Health, p. 518, 519; Nothing new is ever needed in God's creation. The original perfection of the creation remaining constant and forever unfolding in its perfection, no restoring or replacing is ever required. Having in mind, then, that that which is new is that which we do not know, we must turn to the eternal freshness of the Almighty and learn to know Him if we wish to effect a newness, a renewal or restoration. Such knowing brings restoration of health and removal of discord.
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Healing Is Our Mission
JEAN WASEY HYDE
The Divine Remedy versus Time
NATHAN A. TALBOT
Althea Brooks Hollenbeck
Do We Live in Time or in Eternity?
Helen Wood Bauman
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Alan A. Aylwin
It is many years since I first heard of Christian Science
Lillie E. Settzo
All good is truly right at hand
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Stuart Corning Kingsley
I am very grateful for the many wonderful healings I have...
Mary Gordon Burges
For many years I have desired to express in the periodicals my...
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