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One day several years ago I received a telephone...
One day several years ago I received a telephone call from my daughter-in-law, saying that she had some very sad news. My older son (her husband) had passed on in his sleep. The news was a terrible shock to me. I grieved over this loss day and night. It was constantly with me, and I seemed unable to do anything to overcome it. As a student of Christian Science I knew better. Many times in the past my Christian Science teacher had said, "Work in the absolute," and I knew what that meant —to affirm the spiritual truths of God's omnipotence and omnipresence; yet I just didn't seem to care.
Time passed but the feeling of loss did not. I went to visit my daughter in another state. She and her husband are both active, working students of Christian Science. One Sunday I noticed a physical change going on within me. By night my feet hurt me so that I couldn't stand to be touched. Finally I undressed and was lifted into bed.
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DOROTHEA KAHN JAFFE
Beauty is yours right now
PAMELA SUSAN McKNIGHT
RUTH H. POYSER
Spiritually measured supply
M. MARGARET SEYMOUR
The mist myth
"The next lessons"—a strong fortress (Part II)
JON GIB HARDER
Life is not frail
WILLIAM E. MOODY
Ripening years, ripening health
NATHAN A. TALBOT
MARION RICHARD SHIERSHKE
Does somebody owe you a party?
I first heard of Christian Science in 1923, in Egypt, where my...
MARY CARTER with contributions from ENID CARTER
I have so many reasons to be grateful to God
ELDON J. APPLING
I am well beyond ninety, and for the past sixty years Christian Science...
MARTHA A. CROPLEY with contributions from DOROTHY C. KAHRMANN