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A Direct Path
It is obvious that the shortest path one can take to an objective is a straight line. This is as true metaphysically as it is materially. The first step to take in seeking a straight path in life is to decide where we want to go. Without a distinct objective we lack a sense of direction and are likely to wander around aimlessly. A well-defined objective gives us the sense of direction we need. And when this objective is truly spiritual, we can be sure of God's assistance.
No one ever had a better sense of direction than Christ Jesus. He understood that real, immortal life in Spirit was the truth of his being, and he went straight toward it. This involved two things— the putting off of the material sense of existence—mortality—and the actual demonstration of the spiritual sense of life—immortality. Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." John 14:6; He also said, "Strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it." Matt. 7:14;
You Are Not Cut Off from Reality
What's the Real Cause?
EVELYN M. S. DUCKETT
Individuality versus Material Personality
RICHARD CLAUDE HAW
Man Is Neither Fat nor Thin
JULIE CAMPBELL TATHAM
"Fret not thyself"
Do Not Deviate from Your Course
BLANCHE S. NIGHTINGALE
"I'm going to be strong"
ANNE STEARNS CONDON
A Direct Path
Helen Wood Bauman
A Universal Need—Guidance
William Milford Correll
Christian Science was brought to the notice of my wife and myself...
S. Howard Hansford with contributions from Elizabeth Hansford
I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude for the Christian Science Quarterly Bible Lessons...
Maude E. Gay
When I was asked to accept a church committee appointment recently...
Gladys L. Dunnam with contributions from Lena Prather
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 369 - Are We Willing to Be Well?
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Jack Krieger
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Glenn T. Seaborg