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Love Is Life
The doorbell rang. Opening the door, Janice saw Sarah Black standing there, crying hysterically. Sarah's mother was holding a large crumpled form, furry and orange, and strangely still.
"Oh, Handsome! What's happened to Handsome?" Janice cried.
"We're terribly sorry...we didn't see your cat. He must have been lying in our driveway and didn't get out of the way in time." Mrs. Black was nearly crying, too.
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The Sky—and Beyond
PAUL STEVENS BASILE
A Grasp on the Infinite
EVELYN M. S. DUCKETT
Solving Your Unemployment Problem
ELIZABETH H. MARSHMAN
Estrangement Can Be Healed
RUSSELL D. ROBINSON
Dependence on God's Impartial Love
MARY AGNES KEYES
A DANCER'S BLISS
Sharon Lloyd Spence
Love Is Life
Charlotte Hertzberg Karbiner
Immunization and the Christian Scientist
Alan A. Aylwin
Spiritual Understanding Cuts Red Tape
It was through our mother's instantaneous healing of a severe...
Hazel H. Struve
I would like to add my voice to the hymn of praise of those...
Mary Imrie with contributions from Gordon MacDonald Imrie
Our family has had many blessings through the study and...
Albert E. Linnig
Christian Scientists have much—many things—for which to be...
Ethel Marie Mander
I am very grateful for Christian Science, and have often wondered...
Richard C. Osmundson with contributions from Dorothy Ann Greenwell Osmundson
I became a member of The Mother Church two years ago
William Dean Bowden