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We find "our Bethlehem" when we use every opportunity to acknowledge the good from God that is already present in our lives.
As tinsel and lights go up, and carols chime, one's thoughts turn inescapably to the glorious story of the coming of Christ Jesus.
There's reason to love the Christmas season and all that it brings—the reunion of families, the joy, happiness, and cheer that illustrate the deeper spiritual significance of the season and its wonderful promise to humanity.
But what if the Christmas season seems bleak? What if the problems one is facing are overwhelming? Does one just go blithely along whistling a carol in spite of it all?
The gift of Christmas
Clifford Kapps Eriksen
Sarah P. Dunning
You are precious to God
Linnie Callison Heasley
Filling the empty vessels
Robert L. T. Holcomb
Who is responsible?
Virginia T. Guffin
A letter signed, "Peace, Dr. Morgan"
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
"A civilization of the spirit"
William E. Moody
A Christmas special: learning to love your relatives
We commit ourselves daily...
Juanita M. Dew
The testimonies of healing in the Christian Science periodicals...
Margaret H. N. Morgan
I would like to share the following testimony as proof that the...
Evan P. Mehlenbacher