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A vacation has to be postponed; a student finds his marks lower than anticipated; an advancement or title that seemed just and assured does not come. The seeming causes for disappointment are many and varied. But they all have one common denominator; they are all the result of believing that in God's creation there are limited and conflicting minds.
In Christian Science, Mind is a synonym for God. As there is only one God, there is only one Mind, and man is its perfect idea. There are not, in truth, a lot of separate mortal minds making plans, changing them, and interfering with one another. God, the one Mind, does all the planning for His individual, spiritual ideas, and He carries out His plan.
In the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health, Mrs. Eddy writes: "The sharp experiences of belief in the supposititious life of matter, as well as our disappointments and ceaseless woes, turn us like tired children to the arms of divine Love. Then we begin to learn Life in divine Science. Without this process of weaning, 'Canst thou by searching find out God?'"Science and Health, p. 322;
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RUSSELL E. HAPPEY
JEANNE ROE PRICE
Life—Before Birth and After Death
FRANCES B. ZIMMER
DORCAS OF JOPPA
Estella Mayer MacBride
GEORGE DEVEREUX BRYSON
Protected "from the violent man"
EDITH THACKWELL YOUNG
Purity Ensures Success
FLINT LEWIS TOWNSEND
Like Mary's Little Lamb
SALLIE SUE CARTWRIGHT
The Secret Place
WILLIAM MILFORD CORRELL
Safety in Divine Law
ALAN A. AYLWIN
In Chapter 103 of Psalms in the King James Version of the...
Mary Hardick with contributions from Alvin J. Hardick
Mrs. Eddy states on page 548 of Science and Health: "In this...
Grace E. Frickmann
One Saturday night I awoke in the middle of the night in great...
Ronald E. Hamilton
My introduction to Christian Science came when I began attending...
Alice Taft Widgeon with contributions from S. Marguerite Shoup
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 424 - When Youth Confronts Grief
The participants are John Lewis Selover, Ruth Harmon, and William Pead.
Signs of the Times
with contributions from J. S. Sewall, Woodrow Wooley