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The scientifically Christian approach to trouble could be likened to the method of an icebreaker. The ship points its projecting prow at the obstructing ice, rides up over the ice, and crushes it with the icebreaker's weight. If these hardy craft tried using a sideways motion or half power, the job might never get done.
We can meet challenges head-on with the spiritual facts of Christian Science. Our humble, consistent application of these facts changes our experience from frustration to fulfillment. What may seem beyond solution can crumble when obstructive fears are replaced with spiritual understanding. Beliefs of chronic disease, the effects of accident, moral or physical deterioration—all can be reversed and destroyed through persisting in scientific healing truths.
God, Mind, is All. Man as His outcome constantly expresses pure intelligence and perceives only good. Knowledge of this enables one to relinquish mortal arguments of apathy, timidity, or acceptance of a problem's tenacity. Scientific letting go makes way for the reality of perfect being, forever asserting itself, to appear.
The form of the fourth
ELIZABETH GLASS BARLOW
The Christ in you
CARL J. WELZ
BARBARA JO MORRISON
In God's employ
JAMES MARSHALL FABIAN
Light for a perfect picture
JOHN R. WYCKOFF
What is it like to be infinite?
LENORE FRANKLIN DORF
To work God 's work is to pray rightly
A prayer for one far-off
PAUL OSBORNE WILLIAMS
JENIFER C. WECHSLER
Notes on the "new look" Sentinel
Preserving the tenth commandment
NATHAN A. TALBOT
Improving our relationships
Prayer in sports
Kenneth Warren Eggert
The words "Christian Science" first came to my...
MARGARET C. MOOS
My family and I have been blessed and healed numerous times...
WILLIS PAUL ANDERSON
I am a student in a Christian Science Sunday School
JOANNE A. McMULLIN with contributions from SHIRLEY A. McMULLIN
In December 1974, due to cutbacks, I was furloughed from my...
MARGARET ANNE GOLDSMITH BREUER
LETTERS TO THE PRESS
J. DON FULTON