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Are you a good Samaritan?

If someone were to ask us if we are good Samaritans, we would probably answer, "Well, I think so.
Poem

Effortless joy

All-harmonious(no note wrong),God is singing—we're His song!
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The nature of progress

Many people are searching for some dependable basis for shaping their lives and progressing.
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God's chosen people

Has God actually chosen some to reap His blessings and others to be excluded from His bounty?
Article
It wasn't the first article I'd seen on the devastating African drought, but something about this article hit home.
Article

Keeping in touch

When astronauts go into space, they need to keep in touch with their base.
Poem

Together

"Take my yoke upon you,"our great Master said.
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God never afflicts man

Do we sometimes blame God for our troubles?
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Nearly a century ago, Mary Baker Eddy wrote: "In different ages the divine idea assumes different forms, according to humanity's needs.
Editorial

No last straws

The "straw that broke the camel's back" is no more real than a mirage in the camel's native desert.
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Belief in a divine Being, intelligence, or power is widespread.
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Where do you Find God?

It seems to me that sooner or later almost everyone wants to know: Where do you find God?
Testimony of Healing
In the September 28, 1957, Sentinel, I related my first Christian Science healing.
Testimony of Healing
I cannot express enough gratitude for Christian Science, especially for the many instances of protection I have had through my growth in understanding and trusting God, our Father-Mother.
Testimony of Healing
Early one morning both my eyes became intensely painful, and my vision grew dim and blurred.
Testimony of Healing

"Be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by...

"Be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God".

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