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New Year's Day alerts one, whether executive or housewife, teacher or student, artist or artisan, to realize the need of fresh impetus in his endeavors. Anyone can do better than he is doing in any activity, and here is a special day to remind oneself of man's God-given possibilities.
The student of Christian Science is particularly aware of the need of using what is available for his progress. He knows that his real identity is God's likeness and that, as this likeness, he reflects the infinite abilities of his Maker.
With this ideal before us, we should never be satisfied with our present accomplishments. Infinity never comes to an end. It is mortal belief—mediocre, unintelligent—that would bog us down in a swamp of negative thinking and make us forget the possibilities of God's man. Mary Baker Eddy says, "Divine Science demands mighty wrestlings with mortal beliefs, as we sail into the eternal haven over the unfathomable sea of possibilities." Retrospection and Introspection, pp. 56, 57;
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Spiritual Food for the Day
JOHN R. PETERSON
Resolutions That Lead to Solutions
SHARON ANN McNUTT
War Will Be Abolished!
FRANKIE L. THOMAS
Purifying the Moral Atmosphere
Edith Louise Meyer
ROBERT J. HILL
Teddy Wakes Up
SELMA K. HUDSON
Dorathy Sophia Nelson
Helen Wood Bauman
Christ Destroys Carnal-mindedness
William Milford Correll
I first heard of Christian Science about forty years ago
It is hard to know where to begin in expressing my great gratitude...
Frances Motley Pray
Filled with gratitude, I recognize the richly beneficent influence...
Werner Schüler with contributions from Ruth Schüler, Marjorie F. Kenyon
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 351 - Is Christmas Relevant?
with contributions from Harlan Witham, Florence Ludgate
Signs of the Times
Francis M. Plumb