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Early one morning while it was still dark, I awakened to a...
Early one morning while it was still dark, I awakened to a flood of light in thought, which illuminated the whole path of my life since Christian Science came to me more than forty years ago. I was filled with gratitude for this vision of divine Love's continuous care over the years.
Later, as I pondered this moment of spiritual illumination and its significance, I felt moved to send this testimony of gratitude. (A previous testimony was published in 1955.) Our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, says in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany (p. 164): "What is gratitude but a powerful camera obscura, a thing focusing light where love, memory, and all within the human heart is present to manifest light."
During these years there have been healings of physical conditions including that of a scalded arm; protection from grief; the blessed privilege of helping others; and the recent joy of serving a full term as First Reader in my branch Church of Christ, Scientist.
No inertia in our growth Spiritward
DORINDA REED STALEY
CAROL P. WAGNER
ELVEY WILLIAM ALFRED BARTON
The listening mission
WILLIAM KENNETH THORNTON
VIRGINIA T. GUFFIN
The spiritual universe—where we live
ARLINE WALKER EVANS
You're lovely, not lonely!
Maintaining the manger attitude
MARIAN C. ENGLISH
Think of the wonder
HELEN M. GOULD, THOMAS HUNTINGTON GOULD
J. Grant Swank
ALLISON W. PHINNEY
Two examples—one divine Principle
A lesson from the lions' den
Leslie Cavill Haslam
Recently while I was singing Hymn No. 249...
KATHEY L. M. HOLLAND with contributions from ANTHONY HOLLAND
I have had many blessings as a result of spiritual enlightenment...
ADELIA A. SEBALD