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I was not alert in denying error when a friend manifested a knee...
I was not alert in denying error when a friend manifested a knee difficulty. It seemed quite real to me, and unwittingly I accepted the lie of pain and disability. Not many days after this I myself was troubled with much pain in my left knee. Then I immediately began to use the truths I have learned in Science.
I reasoned that since God has created everything and all He has created is good no one could possibly experience pain, which is the very opposite of harmony. In Luke we read Christ Jesus words, which I applied as relating to the heavenly Father, God (15:31): "All that I have is thine." I thought, "Since pain is a lie of mortal mind, it is not included in God's allness, and is not a part of what God has given me or anyone else."
My thought also kept turning to Mrs. Eddy's statement in Science and Health (p. 463), "A spiritual idea has not a single element of error, and this truth removes properly whatever is offensive."
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Replacing the Santa Claus Myth
GLENN W. McCULLOUGH
Remembering Only Good
MARY TAYLOR FORD
"AND THE CHILD GREW..."
Bernice King Brigham
VIRGINIA F. DUNN
Travel Without Fear
Dialogue with Myself
DAVID EDWIN BRUNELL
Does Christian Science Ignore Disease?
FLORENCE E. BERG
"Sing, ye joyous children, sing"
ELIZABETH BLISS SELOVER
We All Can Be Healers
Alan A. Aylwin
Christ's Timely Appearing
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Henry C. Henricksen
When our son was a preschooler, he had a spell of being very...
Milo W. Grubb with contributions from Jacqueline Prall Grubb
As a student of Christian Science, I have had many proofs of...
María Stellini de Ramirez
I would like to express my gratitude for the love and protection...
Florence A. Hastie
Christian Science has blessed our family for the past thirty years....
Virginia F. Purdy