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Turn to God
Is there one who is weary, bowed down with sorrow, struggling with discordant relationships, plagued by lack and limitation, ravaged by sickness or disease, or simply seeking a higher concept of the meaning of life? Then let him turn to God.
"But I have turned to God," one may say. "I've done all I know how to do." Yet the mere fact that inharmony, dissatisfaction, or sickness remains indicates that the turning has not been complete. Mrs. Eddy reminds us that "we are all capable of more than we do." Science and Health, p. 89;
Take It to the Court of Spirit!
DORCAS W. STRONG
This Is It!
ARTHUR N. LORIG
Turn to God
MILDRED D. JOHNSON
"The poor in spirit"
JACQUELINE L. KRANZ
Real "Happy Hours"
DONALD M. SWINNEY
SHARON ANN McNUTT
Judy Finds the "fat path"
LOIS JEAN SECRIST
Meekness Is Strength
Alan A. Aylwin
Freedom from Tyranny
William Milford Correll
My mother learned of Christian Science before I was old enough...
Ruth D. Rathmell
I should like to express my sincere gratitude for all the blessings...
Lolie D. Heintz with contributions from Pamela Heintz, Charles Owen Heintz, J. Marie Parsons
My written testimony of the healing efficacy of Christian Science...
Frances P. Payne with contributions from George K. Payne
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 325 Breaking Harmful Habits
The speaker is Philip Metcalf, a Christian Science practitioner. The questioner is Harlan Witham, a personnel executive.
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Harold Roy Brennan