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Walls and Shadows
The gates go down; the huge walls crumble to dust and blow away; the towers of stone dissolve into the earth. Does this kind of demolition sound impossible? It is entirely possible, although it could take centuries. But, among human beings, demolitions just as dramatic as this, and just as unlikely-seeming, occur every day. And they often occur quickly, sometimes instantaneously. These demolitions are healings through divine Spirit.
In some of them, wrongs that seemed impregnable crumble into nothing; disasters that seemed total are turned into triumphs; the "incurable" is cured; the "impossible" happens. And it happens without fanfare, without the crash and casualties of human strife.
It happens, usually, when no one is looking. In healing through divine Spirit, we don't see a victory while we are seeing an enemy.
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Walls and Shadows
Weapons to Trust Against Disease
Weapons That Disarm Violence
JOHN A. THOMASSON
Overcoming the Last Enemy
LELA MAY AULTMAN
Immorality—It Can Be Defeated!
DAVID K. WILLIS
The Inevitable Revolution
The Truth Makes You Free
Moverly Alderson Smith
Church: Base for the Grand Warfare
Carl J. Welz
The Dove and the Sword
During more than forty years I have experienced an almost...
Amber M. Bell with contributions from Leslie C. Bell
You wouldn't have recognized me two years ago
I want to express my deep gratitude for Christian Science and for...
Trinidad G. de Cuiñas
Christian Science came to me when I was in great need
After completing my regular weekly assignment...
O. Lincoln Cone