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Our kindergartner was hit on the forehead by another child. He ran into the house and looked in the mirror. "How long will it take the bump to go away?" he cried.
I turned to God in prayer and mentally embraced him in the love I felt. We spoke of God's, Love's, ever-presence, and of the fact that we, as God's spiritual ideas, live in this ever-present divine Love. We sang hymns. We joyfully agreed that the bump, not being in ever-present Love, was already gone, that it had never really existed in God's allness.
Our son sneaked another look in the mirror, which showed that the bump was gone. But he cried again. "How did the bump go away so fast?" Smiling, I replied, "Did you want to keep it for a while?"
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DARREN STONE NELSON
Our Place in God's Allness
NANCY H. MINTER
BARBARA M. VINING
J. THOMAS BLACK
Olga E. Devereaux
Why Count Years?
FLINT LEWIS TOWNSEND
The Woman in the Café
BRETT L. STAFFORD
Strength, Vigor, Vitality
REGINALD EVELYN NICHOLLS
"NOW ARE WE THE SONS OF GOD"
Frances Saffell Parker
Mary Louise Parsons
Starting a Fresh Life
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Retirement? What's That?
I submit this testimony in heartfelt gratitude for the wonderful...
Walter Stender with contributions from Frieda Stender
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Ruby H. Thurnherr with contributions from Dorothy Booker