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(Help when I needed it, from a long-ago friend)
Hello, morning child!Why, here we are again—I see you are waiting for the Messiah ...He's going to come; that's what you've been thinking,Oh yes!But listen to this, little one.He's right here, and nowit's up to me and you ...What's that you say? You wish you could see himstanding here in front of us so you could touch him?To touch your Saviour, mercy!
That reminds me of those days when we watched the morning sun,all streaks across your bedroom wall.You couldn't really touch it, that morning sun ...But you could see and feel it:warm like cotton, soft and bright, such a friendly place,with those shadows dancing all around.How we do enjoy it, yes, how we do!But touch it? Catch it?Never, child, it doesn't work that way.
Lynn A. Gray Jackson
Caroline S. Garrett
Is Christian Science evangelical?
Woman's place and the uses of prayer
Written for the Sentinel
Happiness where you are
Mary Lee S. O'Neal
Praises to God
Thora Margaret Orton
William E. Moody
Michael D. Rissler
A path in the jungle
Lucia Johnson Leith
Some time ago I had severe pain in my leg
James Edwin Ramsay, Jr. with contributions from John William Brooke, Edna Hardin
Christian Science has been the mainstay of my life for several...
June McCleneghan Fowler
When I was a child in preschool, I began to suffer severe sick...
Joan Marcella Walters
It has been some time since I expressed written gratitude for...
Janet Rae Beezley
with contributions from Raymond L. Flynn