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One Sunday morning I heard the soloist at my branch church...
One Sunday morning I heard the soloist at my branch church singing, "Lift up the latchkey, open the door. Come home to the Father and wander no more." Christ Jesus' parable of the prodigal son (see Luke 15:11–24) was in that week's Bible Lesson, and this passage from the solo was the message to the son. It is the message for all of us who are having "prodigal" experiences.
I had been having the challenge of a growth on my back. It had been there for a long time. Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy states (p. 261 ): "Look away from the body into Truth and Love, the Principle of all happiness, harmony, and immortality." I had been obedient to this idea as I had continued praying about this difficulty. When I toweled off after baths, however, I could tell the growth was getting larger and more painful.
Suicide isn't the answer
Philip G. Davis
Elva E. Russell
Revising our hopes
A lesson from Hannah
Patricia L. Wilkin
We don't need to be afraid to fly
Steven R. Ryf
Glorifying God by overcoming sickness
"Our God ... is able to deliver us"
Freedom from the push of a hurried life
William E. Moody
A good start
Elizabeth B. Bradley
How grateful I am to have had opportunities to prove that...
John Bruce Carroll
One day I started a new swimming class
Mica Joy Heard with contributions from Gail Heard
Christian Science has become a way of life for me
Delores M. Coleman