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I remember as a small girl being taken by my family for automobile rides around a large reservoir and dam. As I looked down from the top of the dam at the crisscrossing roads way below, the cars seemed like toys—and I truly believed they were just that. Again and again I would beg to be taken to see those "little toy cars," and it took some convincing on my parents' part to assure me that those "little cars" were really not little. Even then, for a long time I continued to think secretly of them as toy cars—but, of course, my thinking never made them so.
Through the study of Christian Science and its application in their daily lives, many are discovering the deceptive nature of material sense. Christ Jesus continually exposed this deceptiveness by his wonderful healings, completely overthrowing its evidence. What seemed to be miraculous restorations to harmony were shown to be divinely natural results of the Christ in action.
Christ is Truth revealing its infinite being and perfection to human consciousness. This activity brings healing by correcting the distortions of material sense with the truth that is actually present where the distortions or errors seem to be.
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The measure of true fame: esteem of the Christ
JOYCE C. LEDDY
Doing more through Christ, Truth
NATHAN A. TALBOT
Divine Love comforts, reassures, and heals
ROBERT R. MacKUSICK
RALPH STUART RICHTER
Parting with a painful past
What makes sense?
JANE K. WHEELER
PEGGIE CASE PAULUS
The El Dorado myth
"If you can say it, you can write it"
I am worried about present-day journalism
Stop trying to fix the pipes
ALLISON W. PHINNEY, JR.
Be a saint!
CAROLYN B. SWAN
Kathryn Geraldine Rezek
Recently I had an experience that proved to...
ELIZABETH LORRAINE CAREY
I will never cease being grateful to God for His Son, Christ Jesus;...
AULDA B. BODIN with contributions from NANCY BODIN SCHEAR
Many years ago, after my older brother had passed on with...
EFFIE L. RUSSELL