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After fruitlessly seeking employment abroad, in a capital city,...
After fruitlessly seeking employment abroad, in a capital city, for weeks, a friend and I were quite discouraged. We had inquired about job openings at many American-owned companies, thinking English would be used. But we found not a single firm where it was spoken. How could we communicate?
One Monday morning, when we began yet another day of searching, I told my friend that we knew better than this. Both of us, as Christian Scientists, knew that God, the one Mind, never ceases to guide and care for His children. We had been so busy searching for jobs that we had neglected the counsel of Jesus: "Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you" (Matt. 6:33).
Healing job-hunting disappointment
Robert A. Johnson
A higher view of employment
Lyle R. Young
Faith ... never out of fashion!
by Kim Shippey
with contributions from Cameron Peron, Sarah Makin Blairgowrie
In the care of our divine Mother
A cooperative advancement
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
The sufficiency of God's grace
Barbara M. Vining
What careful observation brings to our lives
It is with thanks that I write this testimony for the glory of God,...
In the beginning of 1992 some very dear friends at my church...