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Why are we so often straight-faced and tight-lipped, like men going into battle against great odds, when we set out to affirm spiritual truths that deny opposing errors? Honor for God, the only true healer of mankind, is essential in our metaphysical work. But the rather grim approach, prompted by a seemingly deep or urgent need, may itself be an obstacle to healing. It misses two important guidelines to successful treatment.
First, it implies that the great truths of the allness of God and the perfection of man in His likeness—which we are trying to grasp in order to bring about healing and harmony in a human situation —are incompatible with buoyancy. This just isn't so. Every prayerful step in spiritual understanding is a step out of the gloom of materiality and into the joy-giving sunlight of spiritual wholeness. Moreover, to experience spiritual healing is joy-inspiring, not only because one's health or disposition or circumstances have been bettered but primarily because one feels the living presence of the loving Father more surely and consciously than he did before.
WILLIAM HENRY ROADSTRUM
Destroy Fear and Its Effects
HARRIETTE MELDRIM HILL
CYRIL ALEXANDER BARBER
Dominion Is Yours—Use It!
Identity—What Does It Mean?
V. GILLEAN PARKER
Breaking Iron Shackles
WORTHINGTON G. HURD
MARJORIE BRANCH McKIBBIN
Who Says You Can't Do Math?
BARBARA JEAN WHITE
Going to Denver
Laurie Aucoin (written at age 8)
Carl J. Welz
"The possibility of achieving all good"
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Although three testimonies of mine have been published in the...
Thelma J. Shipman with contributions from Ben C. Shipman, Sr.
After marriage I had three or four miscarriages
Margaret Page Collins
With great joy I want to express my gratitude for the help I received...
Johann Wilhelm Brinkmann