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Signs of the Times
From a Letter to the Editor by Mrs. Marjorie H. Moore in the Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia
I feel that the work of the church is primarily to praise God and glorify His name. The church building should be kept sacred to the extent, at least, that worshipers have a place to go to find God and be in His presence. There must be some sanctuary for the soul—a place apart from the strains and stresses of the world.
Therefore, I resent any discussions from the pulpit that create agitation or are not conducive to the spiritual-like quietness necessary to attune my will to God's. (It is impossible to be half-angry and listening for His direction for my life at the same time.)
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Immunity Through Christian Science
Our Ability Is Not Our Own
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
"A staff upon which to lean"
JANICE B. HOEFLIN
Healing the Fear of inadequacy
ELIZABETH O. CROOKS
The Fallacy of Old Age
MYRTLE A. CASH
Donalda von Poellnitz
An Interview: with a Track Coach
with contributions from Jack Eyerly
HYMN FOR TODAY
Norman Arthur Pritchard
Thought Controls Body
William Milford Correll
Attaining Spiritual Maturity
Alan A. Aylwin
More than forty years ago I was given up by doctors after having...
Emma E. Stryker with contributions from Ernest I. Lenton
I have always received much help and encouragement from testimonies...
William J. French
Every day Christian Science proves to be a blessing
I should like to tell of a healing I had several years ago
Dorothy Rice Armato
About twenty years ago I began to study Christian Science because...
Robert Moore with contributions from Florrie Moore
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 364 - "A very present help in trouble"
Richard Lombardi with contributions from Harvey Wood
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Marjorie H. Moore