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I have a friend who grew up in an area near the border of a neighboring country. Interchange and free movement went on between the countries. As a result, my friend spoke two languages and through study he learned a third.
I have another friend who is brilliant but who believes that learning another language is impossible. Never having had much contact with people who don't speak his own language, he believes that the possibility of his learning another language is as remote as his flying to the moon!
There's a certain relevance about these two friends' very different attitudes that relates to the experience of spiritual, or Christian, healing. If such healing has not been a part of one's life, or if one has, for example, experienced such healing as a youngster but hasn't pursued as an adult an understanding of how the healing came about, it may seem as remote and out of reach as mastering another language. And yet we normally expect children to master the fundamentals of their own language well before they even begin school.
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"God didn't create His children to destroy each other"
with contributions from Stansfield Turner
Overcoming the terrorist's threat
R. David Robert
Can we love our enemies without being victims?
Identification with spiritual perfection
Marcia Page Wiesendanger
Announcing a Full Text Edition of the Christian Science Bible Lessons
Manager of The Christian Science Publishing Society
"Let not the sun go down upon your wrath"
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Michael D. Rissler
The transformation of my life that has come through the...
Joyce Parks Rosbach
Outside my apartment complex, I slipped on an icy patch...
Ruth V. Hansen