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Christian Science unfolds the possibility of a long, vigorous, and useful human life. The study and application of this Science reveals to human consciousness the changeless strength and harmony of man as the ineradicable expression of God, the one I AM or Life. An understanding of this fact refreshes, invigorates, and sustains human existence, and step by step brings it closer to the ideal of deathless spiritual existence. Mrs. Eddy tells us: "Man is not the offspring of flesh, but of Spirit,—of Life, not of matter. Because Life is God, Life must be eternal, self-existent. Life is the everlasting I AM, the Being who was and is and shall be, whom nothing can erase." Science and Health, pp. 289, 290;
Mortal man seems to wear out and die because he conceives of himself as a sentient material machine controlled by a brain-centered mind. According to this belief various parts of the human machine become run down or defective and then cease to function. But Christian Science teaches that the physical sense of man is an illusion, a mortally mental phenomenon, and it sets aside its destructive tendencies through the power of spiritually enriched thought.
Today Is My Day!
JAMES K. KYSER
Why "continue in well doing"?
EDITH H. SEYMOUR
EDITH CAROLYN BIDDLE
On Buying and Selling
GARDNER L. TURNER
Pass Through the Vestibule!
FRANCES B. ZIMMER
ONE CONSTANT RIGHT
Ellen Shank Collins
Seeing the Perfect Man
ANN SEATON BOSQUEZ
To Communicate the Truth
Helen Wood Bauman
Alan A. Aylwin
Many years ago when Christian Science was first presented to me,...
Henriette A. Woolway with contributions from Austin Allan Couldery
In gratitude for inspiration received from testimonies in the periodicals...
Mataley Rogers with contributions from Elizabeth V. Purdy, Laura A. Welter
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 344 - Helping Youth Cope with Frustration
The speaker is Harvey Wood, a Christian Science practitioner. The questioner is Robert McKinnon.
Signs of the Times
with contributions from R. Lawrence Jones, Jack Burton