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Not of the world
What if you were asked to select from the columns below the terms you think might best describe yourself? middle-class poor thin overweight glamorous unattractive hyperactive inactive convalescent sick fortunate unlucky happy-go-lucky bad-tempered
To choose any of the above is to accept the world's erroneous view of you. These descriptions present as faithful an image of you as does a wavy carnival mirror! These characteristics don't represent you as you really are—God's image. Nevertheless, whatever you believe to be true of yourself will more or less govern your experience until that belief shifts, or until thought conforms to the Godlike original, the Christly pattern of man. So it's basic wisdom to reject any distorted, worldly picture, and to hold in thought the true image of man. This is requisite for continual spiritual progress. Each of us is in reality God's man now.
Does speaking up get you down?
L. DARLENE BASFORD
An interview: with an opera singer
John D. Moorhead with contributions from Philip van Lidth de Jeude
SYLVIA DICK KARAS
JAMAE WOLFRAM RICHARDSON
BRETT L. STAFFORD
Not of the world
JOHN L. SALLINGER III
A lesson from the timberline trees
KATHRYN H. BRESLAUER
HARRIETT L. THAYER
Silence the witnesses to discord
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
True religion and pure Science—one, not two
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
THE STANDARDS ARE WORTH IT
While I was growing up, I struggled with many...
WILLIAM J. TURRIE
Many years ago I found Christian Science through a sister who...
I have gone to the Christian Science Sunday School since I was...
COREY ASKINS with contributions from MARTHA LYNN BELL