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What does it mean that God is always with us? And how does understanding God's ever-presence affect our lives?
I Grew up with a rather vague concept of God as a superhuman being enthroned in heaven—this heaven being a place "up there." I was taught that God is good and that I should trust Him, but also that He allows or even sends evil on earth. (The most disastrous natural catastrophes are still called "acts of God.") The man God had supposedly formed "of the dust of the ground" was enticed into disobedience to God by a talking serpent, practically at the outset of creation.
Deep down in my heart I rebelled at such concepts. I felt intuitively that there must be a better explanation for God and creation and heaven. And I found it in Christian Science.
"Joy in service"
Barbara R. Banks
Unbinding self—encircling the world
Mary H. Reed
Is spirituality the answer you're seeking?
Judy Lynne White
When things are too bad to be true
William Welsh Holland
Dale E. Turner
FROM THE Directors
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Now, for the good news
Michael D. Rissler
Prayers for PC
Sarah M. Gibson
I have experienced many proofs of the healing power of Christian Science...
Gertrude H. Marjamaa
After many years as a Christian Scientist, I think it is time I...
Elizabeth Tyler with contributions from Donald F. Tyler
Christian Science has brought me a deeper understanding of...
Jay Douglas Culbert with contributions from Angela Furbush Culbert