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A vital, uplifting, indispensable force
Undefeatable joy is a vital factor in well-being and well-doing. It is indispensable in expunging through Christian Science practice any belief in evil as real. This powerful joy is spiritual. And as we grow in our understanding of God, Spirit, the source of all real joy, we express more joy.
This is one biblical demand humanity would undoubtedly carry out willingly if it knew how. In a world full of anxieties and a multiplicity of individual and national problems, the human heart longs for what often seems impossible—a just reason to rejoice continually. The question might be asked, "How can one who is poor, alone, aged, ill, or sorrowful over past failures and injustices always rejoice? Paul's demand that all followers of Christ continually rejoice implies that we have the ability to do just that, regardless of the circumstances.
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God's City Everywhere
MARY MURRAY CURLIN
Spiritualized, Not Hypnotized
GRANT C. BUTLER
God Is in Charge
DOROTHEA T. LEAMY
ASK ME AGAIN AND I'LL TELL YOU THE SAME
An Interview: with an inventor
Carl J. Welz with contributions from George Cole
WELLMAN E. GERKE
Our New Business
WILLIAM C. FERGUSON, III
Doris Kerns Quinn
Just Follow the Directions!
Philip James Arbogast
A Table in the Wilderness
Audrey E. Harris
The End of Ignorance
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Nathan A. Talbot
For me, becoming acquainted with Christian Science was like...
Ceny Silveira dos Santos with contributions from Moira Castle
The study of Christian Science has transformed, enriched, and...
Pamela Jane Nielsen
During my younger years and into my twenties I was plagued...
Alistair W. Lauder
My heart is full of gratitude for the understanding Christian Science...
Anna Lord Whipple
I can never be thankful enough for having been reared in...
Jane K. Dowling with contributions from Marion G. Price
Letters to the Press
Paul D. Hutchins