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A real find
It used to be that whenever I lost something and couldn't find it after a cursory search, I would replace it if I could afford to, or go without as a kind of punishment for my carelessness. I accepted loss as inevitable.
But when I became a student of Christian Science—a student of the divine laws that produce harmony—I knew that when I thought I'd "lost" something, what I really needed to find was more about God and my relation to Him. I needed to look deeper, beyond the physical picture, into the nature of good and its source.
Freedom from alcoholism
Margaret N. Simons
Turning down alcohol without a second thought
Robert J. Adler
What is morality, anyway, and who decides—and why should anyone care?
Gayle Miller Huizinga
Father-Mother God is with me
Lindsay Ann Schaefer
Breaking the grip of fear
Emily Wright Jaeger
Church: a dynamic, healing idea
Russ Gerber with contributions from David Brown
A real find
Irene L. Alley
Rosalind S. John
Escape from Liberia—with God's help
by Kim Shippey
Loving and respecting little children
Barbara M. Vining
The summer I was fifteen years old, I became very ill, eventually...
Judith McPhee Fries
Since my introduction to Christian Science over forty-five years...
Donald A. Kleinsmith
My mother was invited to read Science and Health at a very...
Jocelyn Loveaire Green with contributions from Raphael William Green
I had been doing an odd job for a friend and tried to move...
William H. Crofton