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The study and application of Christian Science has indeed been...
The study and application of Christian Science has indeed been a blessing, revealing to me the healing, directing, and sustaining power of God, divine Love. On one occasion a severe cold was healed when it suddenly occurred to me that as a perfect, spiritual idea, God's beloved child, man cannot indulge in self-pity. The healing was immediate and so effective that I did not need to use a tissue for which I had been reaching.
For a number of years there had been two inconspicuous warts on one of my hands. I paid little attention to the warts until one day I noticed several more ranged across the knuckles. Immediately fear suggested that they might grow in size or continue to grow in number. My thought was arrested by the word "grow. Studying the meaning of this word and also the Bible statement (Gen. 1:31), "God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good," I realized that nothing could be added to God's creation. All that appears in human experience as a right sense of growth must lie governed by spiritual reality. Since a wart did not represent a true sense of growth it could not be part of my real selfhood. A day or two later when I looked at my hand, it was clear of all the warts.
ROSEMARY L. KRIEGER
"The uses of adversity"
ARTHUR F. CURRAN
Purifying the Depths of Thought
JOANNE SHRIVER LEEDOM
Father-Mother God, the Only Parent
A Valentine for Everyone
VIRGINIA QUALLICH CASE
An Interview: on Juvenile Delinquency
with contributions from Gordon H. Barker
Truthfulness and Peace
Helen Wood Bauman
Abiding in the Vine
Alan A. Aylwin
It is never too late
Angus Peverill Macdonald
For many years my husband and I and our two children have...
Maude M. Peacock
"To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big...
Charles J. Schumert
"Let us rejoice that we are subject to the divine 'powers that be'
Wilma Pettker Harworth
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Robert J. McCracken, Arnold J. Walker