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Reaching out to God in prayer is an instinctive impulse in every Christian heart. "Who that has felt the loss of human peace has not gained stronger desires for spiritual joy?" writes Mrs. Eddy in Science and Health. "The aspiration after heavenly good comes even before we discover what belongs to wisdom and Love." Science and Health, p. 265. No sincere, heartfelt petition to God, who is Love, ever returns void. No matter what the situation, or how hopeless things may seem to be, we are never out of reach of our heavenly Father. To everyone, everywhere, at all times, God is at hand.
The most simple faith—even "as a grain of mustard seed"— in the power of God to heal is sufficient to bring release. A mustard seed is a tiny seed, but in itself it is whole. Though our faith may be small, through devout, honest effort it will grow into a full realization of our true nature as God's perfect likeness. "There is a spirit in man: and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding," Job 32:8. we read in Job.
The search for Truth
A jazz musician talks about what changed his life
William Holland with contributions from Cornelius Bumpus
GEORGE PAUL KEMNITZ
No lost love
ELAINE R. FOLLIS
The richest experience
ALLISON W. PHINNEY
God's law compels progress
CAROLYN B. SWAN
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
I would like to express my gratitude for a healing...
In early December one year, I felt impelled to deepen my understanding...
FAITH WALSH HEIDTBRINK with contributions from STEPHEN E. HEIDTBRINK
More than ten years have passed since I last expressed my...