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Spiritual discernment is an ever-present, ever-active faculty of Mind individualized in man, a faculty that perceives the true concept of man and the universe. God, good, is aware only of His own perfect creation. Man is His representative. The perfection of God and of man is the central theme of Christian Science. All healings are based on this divine premise.
The human individual must work out of fleshly beliefs toward the goal of perfection. The Christian Scientist knows that his real selfhood exists at this standpoint of perfection now, despite sensetestimony to the contrary. Desire for spirituality and surrender of self-will and vainglory are requisite for the attainment of true discernment. Receptivity and humility are stepping-stones to this goal.
DONALDA VON POELLNITZ
"In quietness and in confidence"
HOWARD WESLEY ELKINS
Stature or Status Symbols?
MARY RETTA TITUS
"Take up thy bed" and Live!
WALTER W. BARKWORTH
LORRAINE J. NEALY
Truth Is Instantaneous
EDGAR F. WRIGHT
One Shepherd, Twelve Sheep
A More Humane World
Helen Wood Bauman
The Need for Form in Our Lives
William Milford Correll
Christian Science found me working as a medical secretary in the...
Phyllis H. Stoddard
Following many weary years of semi-invalidism, I went to Florida...
Jane A. Warren with contributions from H. Russell Warren, Henry C. Knabb, Edith A. Knabb
One night I awoke with a very painful sore throat, so painful...
Wilfrid Hinde with contributions from Grace Hamrick McGowan
As the result of a visit of a kind woman who was a Christian Scientist...
Betty A. Thirlwell with contributions from E. C. Thirlwell
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 378 - The Love That Makes Free
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Harvey Wood