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A few years ago I was working hard to accomplish many things. I had a demanding job, which I wanted out of; was trying to finish school, so that leaving the job would be possible; and had an active social life. During a very exhausting week it began to dawn on me that fulfillment is built into the true, spiritual nature of things. We do, however, have to accept God and His inspiration.
During this time I thought a lot about the fact that the real man's nature and identity are forever intact. His origin is divine always, and only requires claiming. Mrs. Eddy explains in Miscellaneous Writings: "To reach the summit of Science, whence to discern God's perfect ways and means, the material sense must be controlled by the higher spiritual sense, and Truth be enthroned, while 'we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen.' " Mis., p. 66.
Healing—a present possibility
JACK V. SMITH
The discovery of now
Be consistent—and heal
BARBARA KOBLER ROSSITER
Admit the saving Christ
JAMES DAVID EMRY
Keeping our gaze on "the high goal"
A life of praise
WILLIAM E. MOODY
The winter before I began to attend services in a...
BARBARA CAIRE REAP with contributions from CAROLYN S. KARKUS
"The Lord hath done great things for us; whereof we are glad"...
ELIZABETH SANTANGELO de GASTALDI
Through prayer I was led to Christian Science