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Messages that heal
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
In this age when words and pictures bounce off orbiting satellites, it's tempting to pay more attention to the technique and style of communicating than to the substance. Invariably, that's a frustrating temptation, because we eventually are turned toward the fact that it is always the heart of a message that matters most.
Despite all the flair and aggressive persuasion we run into, the worldliness that so many of the messages reaching into our lives have been dipped in, there are increasing signs that many people are looking for deeper purposes to share and more caring messages to dispatch.
If you've studied Scripture even a little, you've long since discovered that the major purpose of the Bible is, in fact, communication, the communication of God's Word to humanity. God speaks to us through the teachings of Christ Jesus and through the inspired perception of the Master's followers and of the men and women of the Old Testament.
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Hopeless situations or spiritual paths?
CLIFFORD KAPPS ERIKSEN
God, language, and us
CAROLYN F. RUFFIN
Help for our planet
SUSAN C. STARK
Waiting is an active verb
PAUL CORDINGLY MORGAN
Active loving—never passive or judgmental
JULIE CRANDALL FOSKETT
The joy of entertaining Christ
CAROLYN B. SWAN
"Grace did much more abound"
WILLIAM E. MOODY
The Goliath in the pool
Winding Copley Ivey
The study of Christian Science has brought me...
VIOLA G. BLAKLEY
At the time Christian Science came into my life, I was in a...
JOHANNA A. EENHOORN
I went to one school for four years
ELIZABETH MYERS with contributions from JUDITH G. MYERS
How wonderful it is that divine Love tenderly removes all...
LINDA HITT SHAVER