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In a Dilemma?
How often uncertainty in decision-making is felt today! Should one act in one way or another way, accept or not accept an offer, stay or not stay in a job, a house, or a location? In some form or another it seems that dilemmas sometimes face us all.
Can prayer resolve such human problems? Many testify that it can and does. Through the centuries there have been outstanding examples of guidance received through communion with God. The Bible tells of prophets and apostles who prayed—brought their dilemmas to God—and were directed.
Samuel prayed and, through the recognition of the superiority of spiritual values over human experience, was guided to anoint as king the youngest of Jesse's sons (see I Sam. 16). Through prayer Peter became aware of the impartial love of God and His universal saving grace and, through this spiritual idea, was guided to carry the message of Christ Jesus to Gentiles in Caesarea, with the result that "the Holy Ghost fell on all them which heard the word." Acts 10:44;
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Prepare Yourself for Progress
JEAN ELSIE SANDERS
Handle the Resentment First
MARY RETTA TITUS
Utilizing the Energy of Spirit
The case of the Blundering Dispatch
ALICE TAYLOR REED
"We believe in you!"
SALLY CHURCH COCKS
Why Are We Doing It?
CLAIRE HAGENLOCHER STUBBE
Stella Denise Cousins
No Need to Fear the "Sneezing Season"
Alan A. Aylwin
In a Dilemma?
A few years ago I was confronted with a respiratory ailment...
George E. Parker with contributions from Margaret T. Parker
About twenty years ago I began suffering from insomnia, which...
Russell C. Solomon
Christian Science was introduced to my mother in 1912
Dorothy G. Snow with contributions from Byron D. Snow, Robert B. Snow
Christian Science was in our family from my earliest years
Pauline B. Wurster with contributions from C. Ivan Wurster
I came reluctantly into the study of Christian Science at first, but...
Ida K. Shakespeare with contributions from Charles Shakespeare
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 433 - Retiring into New Activity
with contributions from Michael Thorneloe, Harlan Witham
Signs of the Times