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Breaking the chain of aggressive suggestions
The question "what if?" is one of evil's subtle tools. What if this or that should happen? What if I don't get well soon? What if I can't find a job? Such suggestions would keep our thought in a state of perpetual fear. The remedy lies in turning away from the trouble, whatever it may be, and centering thought on God's all-power, which heals.
When error presents its suggestions, shouldn't we say, "All right, what if God is all-power, all-presence, always taking care of me?" The result then can only be perfection, illimitable good. This is the only kind of legitimate "what if?"
DONALD M. SWINNEY
LUCILLE R. RUSHTON
Zera Holland Blumenstein
How Love Cares for Its Own
KENNY L. BAKER
All Space Is Filled with Good
HUBERTA F. RANDALL
Let Your Actions Speak for Truth
EDITH CAROLYN BIDDLE
The Lesson of the Prism
JUDITH ANN HARDY
Arrest that Bad Thought!
Barbara B. Holliday
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
More than seventy-five years ago a copy of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures...
Priscilla R. Holzworth
Full of gratitude, I would like to tell of three healings, which...
Petra Redle with contributions from Theresia Redle
In 1972 I spent the summer months earning money for my...
Jeffrey Scott Andruss
I have had many proofs of the healing power of Christian Science...
Helane H. Smith with contributions from Garnett S. Smith, Jr.
Six years ago my husband and I were looking for a well-situated...
Márcia A. de Esefer