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Get "tough"

A calm and clear conviction of God's almighty goodness doesn't waffle or wither when the going gets tough.
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What is an effective way to overcome hatred?
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The door to freedom is openDon't be taken in by appeals to abuse alcoholWhat matters to you:Is God for real?
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We do have a "fixed" income

All we will ever need is permanently secure, established forever in the allness of God.
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Keeping "watch" on crime and violence.
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A new love—a true love

God's love is perpetual and loyal, pure and true.
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 The transforming power of our prayer cannot remain hidden, because it is always leavening thought.
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The Clerk's Office has received a number of inquiries from church members regarding holding statewide inspirational meetings.
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Two Thousand Years

One of the songs on Billy Joel's new "River of Dreams".
Editorial

Help for the world's hates

Humanity needs to feel real love, to be lifted above hatred and violence. Each of us can make a difference.
Poem

Mary and Martha

In a time of great hustle and bustlesuddenly the thought comes to me thatI'm being too much like Martha—not simply sitting stilland listening to Christlike Mary.
Editorial

You're not alone

How can we help one another learn—and prove—that our divine Father has not left us alone?
Testimony of Healing
Gratitude for Christian Science is my testimony today, especially for a healing of a serious condition that I believed could have been facial skin cancer.
Testimony of Healing
My love for Christian Science includes gratitude for the healings I have had as the result of prayer.
Testimony of Healing
My husband's family was of a different religion than mine, but this caused no friction.
Testimony of Healing
For about six months I was aware that I could not hear in one ear.

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