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Exodus 17:1, 4-6
We sometimes pitch our tents in RephidimAnd find no water for our daily need.We say no prayer and sing no praiseful hymn,Nor else perform a single selfless deed.
This wilderness of thought, blind to the rockOf Truth from whence all living waters flow,Must be illumined that we may unlockThe present good that every heart may know.
Mind Knows No Enemies
JOHN C. RUSSELL
Closing an Employment Gap
ALINE N. THOMPSON
Hazel Harper Brandner
Giving Up "Two-stick" Thinking
A Home with a View
HELEN TITCOMB SMITH
Rise Above the Turbulence!
A Lesson of Faith
The Healing Calm of Soul
JOHN PAUL CHAMBERLAIN
Pray, Listen, and Obey
Moverly Alderson Smith
To Each His Own Fig Tree
Finding Our Place Through Spiritual Commitment
Geoffrey J. Barratt
In 1965, I was suddenly stricken with what a doctor diagnosed...
Edith G. Taylor
I am giving this testimony not only to express my gratitude but...
Philip Dunlap Small
My parents came into Christian Science before I was born, as...
Lorne A. Bagnall with contributions from Helen K. Bagnall
About two years ago I was at football practice
Thane Weigand with contributions from Francis R. Weigand