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The Christianly scientific thinker can remain undisturbed in the midst of upset, confusion, and even calamity. Knowing that God is omnipotent, the only presence, he will find protection from discord—his needs will be met. "'God is Love.' More than this we cannot ask, higher we cannot look, farther we cannot go," Science and Health, p. 6; writes Mrs. Eddy in the textbook of Christian Science, Science and Health.
In reality man does not live in a material world of turmoil and hurts. He is not a helpless mortal reacting to circumstances that are sometimes good and at other times bad. Man is wholly spiritual. His being is in and of God; he is Spirit's reflection, God's offspring, governed by Him.
Divine reflection outshines mortal shadows
Progress through striving
FRANK S. MOORMAN
Our responsibility as parents
BOYD ALEXANDER JONES JO SETHALY JONES
No wasted years
STANLEY JOHN YORK
The world's greatest need: love
Being open to Truth
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
Christ overcomes the delay and decay of time
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
The Christ "comes to the flesh..."
E. Stuart Wells
In 1965, before I became a student of Christian Science,...
BETSY D. COLLINS with contributions from JOHN J. BERG
Preparing school assignments and taking examinations present...
DELISENT R. SOPP
About six years ago, after I had just learned of Christian Science,...
Long ago I came to Christian Science from a strictly orthodox...