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Do you ever find yourself reliving again and again regrettable past events or misdeeds? It's somewhat like watching a rerun of an old movie. The counterfeit mind that Christian Science terms "mortal mind" is forever trying to subject us to reruns of what it calls our past experiences, moving distressing incidents across the stage of our thought over and over again.
Is there a way this disturbing activity can be stopped? Yes, there is. Each of us has the God-given power to ring down the curtain on mortal mind's painful repeats by recognizing that the events depicted never really happened in the first place.
To understand this we must begin with God—with the truth of His infinite goodness and all-power. Where in the allness of good could matter with its sin, disease, and inharmony ever have had a foothold? The answer must be, nowhere!
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The nature of prophecy
JÜRGEN KURT STARK
Conforming to what?
JONATHAN W. YOST
MARILYN JANE RIMMINGTON
The power of the goal
JANE CLARK WALKER
Magnify His mirth
GRACE HOUGH CARTER
Throw out the "old rockin' chair"!
"Give us this day our daily bread." 1
Man's true being—shining ever more brightly
WILLIAM E. MOODY
Love: always adaptable
NATHAN A. TALBOT
The Lesson-Sermon visits me
VERA SOHR KELLY
Change the slide
Keo Felker Lazarus
"I will sing of the mercies of the Lord for ever...
MARY ELIZABETH BARTON with contributions from ELVEY W. A. BARTON
When I was a child I would recite the "Daily Prayer" from the...
MARGARET ELAINE ANDERSON