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Healing through prayer— be radical and persistent!
The practice of Christian Science requires courage and perseverance, but the rewards are worth it.
Does the word radical conjure up in your thought a militant group bent on violence? Or perhaps a person who is far-out in his or her beliefs and opinions?
A dictionary definition of the word includes "making extreme changes in views; carrying convictions to their fullest application." We need to be radical in this way to find a truly reliable basis for security, health, and peace. And the change of view needed is from a material standpoint to a spiritual one. But such a standpoint is natural because it involves total reliance on God, our creator, and it brings the freedom that comes from shifting our view of what actually constitutes life and not allowing ourselves to be governed by conventional ways of thinking. We need to take a stand for the truth of man's real, spiritual being as the child of God, the idea of Mind.
FROM THE EDITORS
We are not governed by chance
Charles R. Wellington
Bringing healing to controversy
Harriet Barry Schupp
"I'm taking no chances!"
FROM HAND TO HAND
with contributions from A. K., M. A. R., V. N. B., D. D.
The search for love and meaning
William E. Moody
When faced with emergencies, I am learning to understand...
Charmaine Carrey Trimble
It is with deep gratitude that I submit the following account...
Geraldine E. Fifer
We read in Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy, "The Bible...
Leslie Edwards with contributions from E. Everett Edwards
As a lifelong Christian Scientist, I once envied people who...
John Douglas Wood