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Trick or truth?
"I'm going to be Snoopy!" Andrea said. "I'm going to be princess," Tami said. "I think I'll be Raggedy Ann," said Kendra.
It was the weekend before Halloween. Andrea, Tami, and Kendra were sitting at the big round table of their Sunday School class, waiting for their teacher to begin. They were chattering away about the costumes they would wear trick-or-treating. Their parents had helped them plan for the chilly October trick-or-treat night all week, and it just couldn't come fast enough!
After they sang the first hymn and class began, they knew they should only think about God and things like how Christ Jesus taught us that God is our Father. But it was hard to stop talking about Halloween. After all, their costumes were going to be so pretty and bright, and lots of parties were planned—and they went on and on.
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Now is good enough!
SHEILA G. COLE
Victory over slander
ALEXANDER H. SWAN
A nice discernment
Putting the emphasis on healing
KENNETH C. LANE
Say, in a word
Margery Macdonald Cantlon
HELEN C. BERGLUND
We are able
MARGARET P. NEGUS
Peeling off wrong labels
Exchange pressure for buoyancy
EDNA MAY EVANS WHITE
A short course in map reading
Jo Ann Levine
No mutation of spiritual sense
Nathan A. Talbot
Exemption from occupational hazards
Work to do
Roy J. Linnig
Trick or truth?
Kathryn Mae Renner
The power of God has healed me through the application of...
Maurice Eugene Colburn
How happy I am to share a recent healing with you!
Amy B. Foster with contributions from Robert Allen Foster
My daughter gave me Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy, and it...
Last year when our family went on a trip, my little sister and I...
Erin E. Moody with contributions from William E. Moody