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Receptivity: The Open Door to Healing
HARRY DE LASAUX
Responding to Right Ideas
God's Eternal Goodness
SHARON KATHLEEN REHMEYER
Does God Really Exist?
JAMES C. THOMPSON
Carol Earle Chapin
Looking in the Right Mirror
The Search for Happiness
MARGARITA B. HESMONDHALGH
THE WRONG AND THE RIGHT
Externals and Internals
William Milford Correll
You Too Can Heal the Sick!
Alan A. Aylwin
When I was introduced to Christian Science, I was suffering...
Anna C. Bourbon
Christian Science was presented to my mother when I was just a...
Russell B. Westcott
This testimony is written with the desire that it will help others...
Winifred G. Adams
Mrs. Eddy says in Science and Health (p. 199), "The devotion...
Diana Morlock Virgil
Many years ago when I was a new student of Christian Science,...
Minnie C. Balgemann with contributions from Ewald A. Balgemann, Marian G. Lady
Signs of the Times
with contributions from The Bishop of Woolwich, Theodore R. Van Dellen