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Today Is My Day!
I once asked myself: When is man going to be the son of God? Will he be tomorrow? Was he yesterday? Then I thought of John's dynamic words, "Beloved, now are we the sons of God."I John 3:2; Today, then, is the day. Of course, we are referring to real man, God's image or likeness, the true selfhood of everyone. The Bible tells us that God designated Himself to Moses as I am. Note that the first person, present tense is used here. Consequently, God's reflection, individual man, is presently—right now—an idea or expression of Almighty God Himself.
Conversely, mortal man is the offspring of the flesh; he flowers, declines, and dies, supposedly attaining spiritual status only in the hereafter. Believing that we are not yet sons of God, we are apt to conclude that we are not yet heirs of God—in spite of Jesus' assurance that we include the kingdom of God now. How the carnal mind attempts to substitute tomorrow for the today of our divine endowment!
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