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"I'm too busy." Sound familiar? "Too busy" often is a flag of distress indicating sadly overtaxed human capacities. However, it can also be a convenient reason for not interrupting a mesmeric round of self-imposed duties.
People always need wisdom, vision, and the control of divine Principle to attain satisfaction from their efforts. Patterning our ways after the divine, we find harmony in control of our days. The Psalmist humbly implored: "Shew me thy ways, O Lord; teach me thy paths. Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day." Ps. 25:4, 5;
Escape from Babylon
JOSEPH G. HEARD
JANICE B. HOEFLIN
Do People Shake You Up?
EDWIN G. LEEVER
Laws of Supply: Spiritual Not Material
GEORGE DEVEREUX BRYSON
EDITH WAXHAM HENDERSON
Daisy Stieber Squadra
"Do I have to go to Sunday School?"
ELIZABETH ANN BOZOVICH
WHAT HAS THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUNDAY SCHOOL MEANT TO YOU?
with contributions from Gail Russell, Peter Dervis, Meredith Morse, Sally Cobb, Randy Dische, Ron Krisel, James Magon, Gary Krisel
Let's Help to Stop the Lying
Alan A. Aylwin
Hope for the Alcoholic
In the spring of 1953, I was in the United States Navy hospital at...
Robert F. Miller with contributions from Carol F. Miller
"Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for...
Doris R. Sayers with contributions from Elizabeth M. R. Sayers
I am very grateful for the many healings my family and I have...
Nancy G. Tucher
I am twelve years old and am very grateful for Christian Science
Peter Kilmarx with contributions from George H. Kilmarx, June Y. Kilmarx