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You don't have to tolerate frustration. The Bible offers this promise: "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him." I Cor. 2:9;
What a thrilling prospect! Happiness, joy, satisfaction, and peace beyond what we can imagine. God pouring out His riches, continually blessing us in ways unknown to us. And all we have to do is love Him.
But loving God has many dimensions. We can express our love for God by being grateful for His goodness, by being obedient to His direction, by giving Him the place of honor in our consciousness and subordinating material thoughts to spiritual inspiration. The better we understand God, the more natural it is for us to love Him.
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Spiritualization―The Answer to Need
Walking into the Sunlight
HARRIETTE MELDRIM HILL
William B. Lynch
Maintain the True View
DEBORAH JANE BUCHANAN
CHARLES W. LINDAHL
A Simple Test
Our Healing Hymns
PERSIS E. ZUBER
HOW TO GO
Margaret Singleton Decker
Helen Wood Bauman
Creativity and Science
Geoffrey J. Barratt
The Affirmative Action of Truth
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
At one period I was ill with symptoms of what appeared to be...
My "grateful garden" has many sturdy blooms
Lucy H. Barclay
Christian Science was first brought to my notice over fifty years...
When I was ten years old, I developed a rash on my hands
Heidi Seagren with contributions from Dorothy P. Seagren
Signs of the Times
G. E. Tiley