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Finding a Home
Some years ago my mother and I were living in a rented house in a depressing and run-down neighborhood. We both had a desire for a better home, but there appeared to be no possibility of attaining this, since our income did not allow us to save. Then one day in talking to a Christian Science friend about her desire for a new home, my mother finished by saying, "Well, I suppose it's not for me." Her friend's reply was this startling question: "Who does God love more than you?"
We learn from the Bible, and especially the teachings of Jesus, that God is the loving Father of all, pouring out His blessings impartially on all His children. We are adjured to turn to Him for all our needs in full confidence that they will be supplied. Speaking of Love as one of the synonyms for God, Mrs. Eddy says in Science and Health, "Love is impartial and universal in its adaptation and bestowals." Science and Health, p. 13;
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GEORGIANA LIEDER LAHR
Finding a Home
MARGARET M. N. HIGSON
VILLANELLE FOR THE SEVENTIES
Vera Moulton Green
"And he stretched it forth"
BEULAH HELEN BEERS
"Our sufficiency is of God"
CYRIL GIBBS NORTON
GARNET STORMS BENJAMIN
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Carl J. Welz
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E. Olive Wohlhuter Nicholas
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Mary Macdonald Freibott with contributions from Steve Warren, Elva F. Carrington
When I was introduced to Christian Science, the first things that...
Virginia M. Craig
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 438 - Helping Resolve Conflicts
with contributions from Jack Hubbell, Rob McKinnon
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Chaplain (MAJ) D. R. Dawson