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The Coming of Light
A newspaper report described the ordeal of two young men. Walking in winter on a Scottish mountainside, they lost their way and were overtaken by the early darkness. They dared not attempt to negotiate the precipitous slopes and spent the long hours of the night desperately trying to ward off the intense cold and increasing fatigue. As soon as it was light, they set off but had hardly gone ten paces before they saw, on the hillside below them, a farmhouse, where food and shelter were abundantly available.
"But didn't you see our lights?" asked the farmer. "We can be seen for miles around!"
Their dread of the darkness, their concentrated anxiety, and above all their own estimate of their position, which they had assumed to be miles from human habitation, had kept them even from the hope that help might be at hand.
The Basis of Successful Treatment
KATHRYN PAULSON GROUNDS
"Shew us the Father"
GRAHAM CAMERON DRISCOLL
"Tell it like it is!"
MADELINE EVELYN STEVENS
Breaking the Smoking Habit
The Coming of Light
MARGARITA B. HESMONDHALGH
Study Is Indispensable
HELEN G. HASLER
Jerry Loves His Hornets
ARTHUR HAMPTON CRAWFORD
Guidance in Careers
William Milford Correll
Alan A. Aylwin
Since giving thanks is an essential part of being a Christian Scientist,...
Bristol Hall with contributions from Marilyn R. Hall
Christian Science has brought many blessings to our home since...
Evelyn Wright Harper with contributions from Horace Edwin Harper, Jr.
In Miscellaneous Writings Mrs. Eddy writes (p. 307), "God gives...
William Kouwenhoven with contributions from Angela Sheridan
Christian Science has been the religion of our family for five...
Virginia Schreiber Wolff
I have had many healings in my study of Christian Science—...
Anna D. Calvert
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 400 - What Do We Most Need?
with contributions from Robert McKinnon, Jerome Franke