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Why Are We Doing It?
In the hustle and bustle of today's world most of us find that we are called upon to give liberally of our time and energy and meet the demands of exceptionally busy lives. Many of us approach these requirements conscientiously. How can we accomplish more and find more satisfaction in jobs well done?
Do we ever stop to ask ourselves what it is all about, why we are doing it? Perhaps there are many answers. But all our accomplishments are in vain if our response is not that we are doing it for the glory of God.
Mrs. Eddy writes, "Glory be to God, and peace to the struggling hearts!" Science and Health, p. 45; As we acknowledge God's hand in all our undertakings, as we become grateful to God, knowing that He alone directs our ways and keeps us under His wing, as we persist in giving God the glory due Him, we no longer find our struggles agonizing or futile. Instead, we go forward peacefully assured.
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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