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Christmas peace—how do we feel it? It comes quietly, as the Christ, Truth, dawns in our hearts.
"Peace on earth." It makes a lovely greeting-card message. With Christmas approaching, who wouldn't love to feel this peace settle over our world, embracing and comforting all mankind? Perhaps at this season more than any other, the human heart yearns for the spiritual stillness and peace that the angels promised and that Christ Jesus so beautifully exemplified in his life.
True peace isn't so much a result of peaceful circumstances as an inner conviction of God's unerring control over all circumstances. Even in the midst of a raging storm or an angry crowd, Jesus maintained a calm, clear conviction of God's presence and sure control. Not only was his inner peace preserved in these situations but his certainty of this peace protected him from the threatening crowd and silenced the storm that endangered others as well as himself.
Phyllis Anne Duffin
The love that brings freedom
Margaret E. Moore
Getting to know ourselves as God knows us
FROM HAND TO HAND
P. P. W.
Expressing our love
FROM THE Directors
The Christian Science Board of Directors
"The dark night wakes, the glory breaks"
Allison W. Phinney
Receptive hearts and swift feet
I Was raised attending the Christian Science Sunday School...
Susan Ellen Turner
In several necessary moves during the last ten years, my wife...
Paul W. Baum with contributions from Marilyn C. Baum
I attended a Christian Science Sunday School from childhood...
James R. Davidson
I have always enjoyed reading the testimonies of healing...
Janice Horn Ferguson with contributions from Dale W. Ferguson