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What joy it is to share in Christian Science—the meaning and...
What joy it is to share in Christian Science—the meaning and purpose of being it brings! Through endless searching I have come to realize the meaning of these Bible verses: "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: for every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened" (Matt. 7:7, 8).
A couple of years ago, while in college, I found myself in a terrible mental state. I was confused and dissatisfied with everything. I wanted to know what life was all about and yearned for some meaning and purpose. Questions flooded my thinking: Why do we exist? Are we here to suffer, to be unhappy, to be sick, to war? I was plagued by the thought of living, because I could not live without a purpose—some understanding of what life is all about. I did not relish the thought of finishing school and going out into a world of routine daily existence without something substantial and meaningful to live for.
Who Pleads Youth's Cause?
J. DENIS GLOVER
Rock the Cradle, Rock the World
An Interview: with a young black man
with contributions from John M. Dixon III
An Outspoken Question
ROSE M. HENNIKER-HEATON
THINKING ABOUT FILMS: The Wild Child
A Leader for Today
Our Place in the History of War
Carl J. Welz
Shortly after my mother became interested in Christian Science...
David L. Robinson, Sr. with contributions from Pauline Rogers
I returned to my hometown of Bangalore, India, for a holiday...
Freni Wadia with contributions from Rathi Eapen, Temina S. Boga, Marion Smith Lovelace
I attended a Christian Science Sunday School as a child, but it...
Suzanne L. Sandberg with contributions from N. Stephen Sandberg
Signs of the Times
John C. Bennett