The gasoline shortage and the accompanying frustration, hostility between drivers competing for meager supplies, charges of institutional greed and government ineptitude, raise the broad question of just where our dependence is resting.
An airport, this gathering place of people on the move—business men and women, vacationers, grandparents visiting distant families—is a vivid symbol of this late-twentieth-century world.
When The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, holds its Annual Meeting at the beginning of June, in accordance with Church By-Laws members hear reports from its Clerk, Treasurer, and Committees.
Today I saw a burning bushand, recognizing holy ground,I doffed my earth-shoed plansto hear God speak to methat I might knowwhat I should do.
Working, praying,Sleeping, playing,Laughing, eating,Or in a meeting,God will always give you light.
In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures Mary Baker Eddy tells us.
Because of an unfortunate incident at the time of my birth, my sight was destroyed.
The fact that Christian Science was introduced to my parents when I was quite young will always be cause for gratitude.
Several years ago I went through one of the most difficult trials of my life.
Late in 1976 I suddenly became very ill.
A healing of the smoking habit advanced my spiritual understanding sufficiently to seal my conviction of the Christian Science way of life.
Recently a painful, enlarging growth appeared on my forehead.
Former Homes of Mary Baker Eddy