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We Never Leave Home
"Make yourself at home" is a popular phrase. But how often mankind fail to do just that! With so many people in the world constantly on the move, the importance and value of feeling at home become even more obvious.
Physical surroundings often cry out against establishing a stable sense of home. Perhaps one's dwelling is far from ideal. But can one really afford to limit his concept of home to any impermanent material structure, grand or modest, adequate or inadequate? Can home ever be confined within walls?
No house can contain all that there is to home. Christian Science teaches that in reality home is a spiritually mental concept, a symbol of the kingdom of heaven, not found in matter and therefore never subject to change or destruction. When we actively entertain this spiritual concept of home in consciousness, it is always evidenced as comfortable and adequate housing in our human experience.
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What's the Payoff?
B. CRANDELL EPPS
We Never Leave Home
"There is no other way"
WALTER W. BARKWORTH
The Kingdom Within
EDWARD K. LEE
PRAYER BEFORE PUBLISHING
Mollie Ruth Bottoms
An Interview: with a Peace Corps Volunteer
with contributions from Gene Bradley
Belief Has No Agent
Helen Wood Bauman
Recreation versus Dissipation
William Milford Correll
Ever since coming to live in the middle of Africa, I have often...
Ellen Downes Morris
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science and the...
Katherine deC. Chapman
Words cannot express my constant gratitude for all the blessings...
John Alan Woodsworth
Since my sister and I were introduced to Christian Science, many...
Emily Ciani Cain
I am very grateful for all the good our family has enjoyed because...
Virginia H. Fluno with contributions from Gordon V. Fluno
The great blessing of Christian Science has been inestimable to...
Louise Henley Vrooman
I should like to express my gratitude for a quick healing of...
Ruth Parker Charlow
Signs of the Times
C. A. Newall