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New Games for Mark
The summer Mark had his sixth birthday his family moved to a house in the Midwest. By the time school started, Mark had made many new friends. They played lots of exciting games during those first cool autumn afternoons after school.
But just about every day, when he seemed to be having the most fun of all, Mark would trip, or fall, or get scratched on the rose thorns, or crash headlong into a friend. He would run home with a bump, a bruise, or a scrape.
Mark and his family were Christian Scientists. They all knew that Mark was really God's perfect child and always in God's care. Since God is governing all, God's child could not bump into someone or fall. And Mark didn't have to either. God governed him. Mark and his mother carefully went through the ninety-first Psalm together, to see that he lived "in the secret place of the most High," Ps. 91:1; in all-harmonious Mind, Love. This helped Mark feel closer to God. Neither he nor his mother expected any more spills.
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"He had another spirit with him"
WENDELL HAROLD DEWARE
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DONNA NALLEY RYBURN
Investigate and Learn!
FRANCES B. ZIMMER
"Stand porter at the door of thought"
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
JANIS JETT MAYFIELD
New Games for Mark
BETTY JO JONES HAWKENS
Does Life End?
Carl J. Welz
Our Defense Against Burgeoning Noise
Alan A. Aylwin
PRAYER FOR TODAY
Over eleven years ago I suffered intense itching of my entire...
Mrs. Eddy writes (Science and Health, p. 390), "It is our...
It is with humility and deepest reverence for Christian Science...
Stephanie Kesecker with contributions from Thomas Allen Kesecker
I have some healings I want to share
Brent Crabill with contributions from Richard D. Crabill, Letha D. Brown
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 434 - What Is Our Duty on the Job?
with contributions from Michael Thorneloe, Scott Campbell
Signs of the Times
with contributions from I. Grunfeld