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As a third-generation Christian Scientist, I am grateful for the...
As a third-generation Christian Scientist, I am grateful for the consolation and growing assurance of good my religion has afforded me.
One healing I am especially grateful for is that of reserve. For some years it was difficult for me to express the warmth and liking I really felt for people, except for family and close friends. I prayed and worked at this problem off and on but not really in a concentrated way until I was shocked by the statement of a friend that I often impressed others as cold and unloving. She reminded me that love is as natural as sunlight because it is the expression of God, who fills all space. Mrs. Eddy says in Science and Health (p. 248): "Love never loses sight of loveliness. Its halo rests upon its object. One marvels that a friend can ever seem less than beautiful." By holding this and other truths in mind, and by putting them into practice, it has become increasingly natural to show the friendliness I feel toward others.
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JOHN MARSHALL CUNO
LAURA LEE POTTOL
It Was Just a Little Thing
GERTRUDE E. VELGUTH
ROBERT WILLIAM BAYLES
No More Green-eyed Monsters
DOROTHY H. JONES
We Can Let Go of Error!
GLADYS C. GIRARD
Only a Shadow
EDITH P. SWANSON
On Better Communication
VIRGINIA ELAINE TUCKER
"COME AND SEE"
Daisy Stieber Squadra
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Alan A. Aylwin
Dominion over Blood Conditions
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Estelle Dirckx Tanner
More than thirty-six years ago I was told by several medical...
Clarence W. Bartell with contributions from Dorothy Bartell Ewing
With deep humility and much gratitude to God for His love for...
May A. Seimears with contributions from Clifford J. Seimears, Clifford S. Seimears
In loving and sincere gratitude to God for the healings, joy, comfort,...
Josephine A. Hartpence
Signs of the Times
with contributions from D. W. Storkey, Amos John Traver