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She asked that the child be placed in a little chair, and, kneeling down to his level several feet away, held out her arms to him. He stood up and walked to her. Putting his little arms around her neck, he said, "love you."
Let us acknowledge, fearlessly, that to obey God is our unconditional duty.
Shouldn't we rather follow Christ by destroying both sin and sickness through the love of God? It is this love, not fear of disease, that stops sin.
I already had gotten the most important job —the job of practicing Christian Science, a job I would be engaged in every day no matter where I might work.
I've watched in grateful wonder as God expresses in me persistent love, needed inspiration, and upwelling joy even before the conclusion of a task is in sight.
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