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You and me
Can I—just one—so love our worldThat it can feel my care?I know I can, when I but climbMy holy hill of thoughtAnd look beyond the mortal mistTo see God's perfect work.
He's All-in-all. This precious factIs here and now. My knowing itReveals His mighty power right whereIt's needed, wanted, sought—To feed the hungry, heal the hurt,And give the homeless home.
"With God all things are possible"
Katherine Jane Hildreth
You and me
Judith Ann Hardy
What can we do about homelessness?
Deborah L. Scheetz
"But if not ..."
Maxine Le Pelley
Where is home?
Nelle O. Sprowls
Religion that makes a difference
Evelyn M. S. Duckett
Helen R. Conroyd
From the mundane to the sacred
Michael D. Rissler
A diligent search and a clean sweep
A number of years ago I selected Christ Jesus' Sermon on the...
Martha Pohl with contributions from Alfred J. Pohl
Quite a few years have passed since my first testimony was...
Jeanette C. Rice
One of my first healings after finding Christian Science was of...
I first became acquainted with Christian Science when a neighbor...
Helen H. Smith with contributions from Paul R. Herrmann