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Be an Agent for Good!
Secret agents do important work for their governments. Do you know that you can be an agent? Well, you can. Beginning right now, you can be an agent for God's government. You can stand up for what you know is right. You can help your friends and neighbors. An agent for good does all these things and many more. You can too.
Christ Jesus acted as an agent for good. He knew God had important work for him to do. Once when he was twelve years old, his parents asked him why he had lagged behind to talk with some teachers in the temple in Jerusalem instead of coming right back home as they wanted him to. He replied, "Wist ye not that I must be about my Father's business?" Luke 2:49; He went home with his parents, but he kept remembering that God, his real Father, was the one who always governed him.
Christian Science shows us how to be agents for God. We must first understand what God is. We know Him as infinite good. And we know Him by names, or synonyms, such as Love, Truth, Principle, Soul, Mind. We are God's children, His image and likeness. Our Father-Mother God needs us to express His goodness. Here are some ways we can do this:
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Do You Feel Inferior or Superior?
The Antidote for Pressure
JEANNE STEELY LAITNER
The Dignity of Mankind
MILDRED W. BAILEY
Let Us Be Doers
EMMA E. AKIN
Listen and Obey
"Go ye into all the world"— Daily
MARIAN R. THURLOW
Be an Agent for Good!
ETHEL DIANE DEPPERMAN
Triumph or Tragedy?
William Milford Correll
The Challenge of Today
Alan A. Aylwin
In many wonderful ways God has shown our family that He is...
Darlene Dunaway Talbot with contributions from Rosella H. Dunaway
I am especially grateful for Mrs. Eddy's spiritual interpretation...
Waldo G. Gernandt
Science rests on Principle and demonstration
Richard E. Lyons
About forty years ago Christian Science was presented to my...
I had to go through deep waters before beginning to study Christian Science...
Josephine D. McCallum with contributions from Leiselott Damm