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Love that lasts
Looking through the newspapers the other day, we were startled to see the number of references to "marriage." A bank merger was described as a "marriage"; the first uniting of the space shuttle Atlantis and the space station Mir was referred to as a "space marriage."
But what about the marriage that takes place between a woman and a man? Can such unions survive in our contemporary society? And don't they have a deeper significance than the latest merger or shuttle mission?
The subject of marriage was so important to the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, that she included a chapter on it in her book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. The items in focus this week draw on the Bible's teachings and on what Christian Science reveals as the spiritual basis for this precious relationship. They speak about the spiritual roots of a lasting marriage. They also show how God's direction is invaluable for those who are seeking completeness, whether or not this includes marriage.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
Love that lasts
Lacy Bell Richter
Being in love
Jan L. Kater
A sign you can depend on
Lucia Johnson Leith
Guided by an angel
Aleta L. Spence
Lyle R. Young
Challenges: steppingstones to dominion
The might of meekness
Joan Sieber Ware
Five senses or one sense?
Mary Metzner Trammell
What is the basis for improving behavior?
Surely you've heard the Bible story about the parable of the...
Linda Arinto Purwono
I was recently asked if I had ever had a healing in Christian Science
Marion N. Roberts
A few years ago the speaker for our Christian Science Students Association...
Dorothy Baker Broggi
Some years ago a neighbour felt impelled to cross the road to...
Maureen C. Pearson