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Where the Action Is
Today the emphasis is on action. People want to be where things are happening. Eager to be on the move, they are not content to sit and wait. Modern thought is geared to a fast pace. A supersonic concept is not willing to wait for a horse-and-buggy approach. It means action—now.
Modern activists advocate doing rather than aimless thinking. Yet thought is quicker than supersonic flight; it is instantaneous. Thoughtless action may accomplish nothing or result in disaster. The most successful action is the effect of clear thinking, as Christian Science constantly proves.
Christ Jesus' ministry was constant divine action. He taught living precepts to his followers, withdrawing at intervals into the wilderness to pray. But always he returned to the people and healed them. Wherever Jesus was, there was action. It was evidenced as the overturning of mortal beliefs and the establishment of divine facts. His perception of true being as spiritual was so clear that he healed disease instantaneously.
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Where the Action Is
HARRIETTE MELDRIM HILL
Both Sides of Gratitude
Are You Being Used?
MARY TAYLOR FORD
A Right One for Each One
GLENN W. McCULLOUGH
Time Is Not Toxic
EDITH MARY FOX
WHAT DUST SHOOK OFF
Paul Osborne Williams
Not of the Darkness
JOANNE SHRIVER LEEDOM
Life Continues Forever
Helen Wood Bauman
Alan A. Aylwin
It is nearly twenty-eight years since I was first introduced to...
Hallie K. Lamphere
I want to express my gratitude for having found Christian Science...
Godlip Pasaribu with contributions from Tiur Pasaribu
My introduction to Christian Science came when I was studying...
Arthur Ambrose Dean
It has been quite a number of years since Christian Science was...
Mary Simpson Shoaf
I would like to express gratitude for two healings that taught me...
Leta Gibbs Tobias
I was a high school senior last year
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 425 - What Environment Do You Live In?
with contributions from H. Dickinson Rathbun, Harlan Witham