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". . . never a dull, static moment . . ."
What is going on?
A Christian Scientist, unemployed, became disturbed about his future. Repeated attempts to find work had met with repeated rebuffs. Discouraged, not knowing where to turn, he started to feel like a shipwrecked sea traveler alone on an island. He started praying along the line of his childhood prayers, "God help me!" Then, while he felt this was a sincere prayer, he realized it was not fully the kind of understanding prayer he had learned about since becoming interested in Christian Science. There was a different, a healing way to look at his problem.
"What is really going on?" the Scientist had asked himself in bewilderment. Out there, he had thought, is a world with many people who have no interest in helping others—a world where one can get lost in the daily shuffle. But now the inspiration and reason he gained through scientific prayer showed him that he lived in a spiritual universe, the universe of which Jesus said: "In my Father's house are many mansions. ... I go to prepare a place for you."John 14:2; The way paved by our Master and illuminated by Mrs. Eddy shows that we each have our individual, divinely appointed place and way of giving.
Awaking to infinite consciousness
Spirit and our children
DAVID C. KENNEDY
A calm so deep
What is going on?
Religion and the intellectual
HUBERTA F. RANDALL
Gratitude and healing
Is Christian Science evangelical?
CAROL CHAPIN LINDSEY
Marilyn Jane Rimmington
Don't catch that ball!
Jenifer Carol Wechsler
If I had been Abraham
When taken hostage
Nathan A. Talbot
More moral relationships—more stable society
When I was very young, my grandmother talked with me of the...
Edith Mary Medd
When I learned of Christian Science, I had many physical ills...
Elena Foonod de Foonod
Christian Science has brought me many blessings over the...
Margaret Eileen Moore
When I was five I had a sore throat
Tracy Luedeman with contributions from Virginia Luedeman, Craig O. Luedeman
Oftentimes we tend to take our healings for granted, and if we . . .
John S Flaningam
Letters to the Press
William R. Thomas