Are you sure?
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Is it really possible to love everyone? Yes, but only if we understand the divine law involved: that God's love for His universe and man is universal, all-inclusive.
Experience throws individuals together in many and varied situations. At times, friends, strangers, co-workers, and families can find themselves frustrated, irritated, or perturbed by each other. And they may be tempted to ask, Why must I love my neighbor if he doesn't love me?
RICHARD C. BERGENHEIM
Childlike Trust: Prelude to Healing
VALENTINE H. PILKINGTON
A Tool for Success
ANNETTE JEAN HORNSTEIN-JANPOL
Mind and Body
MARGARET CASE PAULUS
through the practice of divine law
JOHN R. PETERSON
We Are Learning About God
GEORGIANA K. BROWNE
The Christ Is There Too
Carl J. Welz
Meeting the Need for Intelligence
Geoffrey J. Barratt
A testimony of mine was published in The Christian Science Journal...
Clara H. Pierce with contributions from James R. Adams
As a young woman I was hospitalized for tuberculosis
Anna E. Geoghegan with contributions from Reva L. Luttrell, Murwin F. Luttrell, Irma H. Thompson