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On praying daily
Originally from Miscellaneous Writings 1883-1896, p. 127
One thing I have greatly desired, and again earnestly request, namely, that Christian Scientists, here and elsewhere, pray daily for themselves; not verbally, nor on bended knee, but mentally, meekly, and importunately. When a hungry heart petitions the divine Father-Mother God for bread, it is not given a stone,—but more grace, obedience, and love. If this heart, humble and trustful, faithfully asks divine Love to feed it with the bread of heaven, health, holiness, it will be conformed to a fitness to receive the answer to its desire; then will flow into it the "river of His pleasure," the tributary of divine Love, and great growth in Christian Science will follow,—even that joy which finds one's own in another's good.
To love, and to be loved, one must do good to others. The inevitable condition whereby to become blessed, is to bless others: but here, you must so know yourself, under God's direction, that you will do His will even though your pearls be downtrodden. Ofttimes the rod is His means of grace; then it must be ours,—we cannot avoid wielding it if we reflect Him.
with contributions from GLORIA J. ROBINSON, CATHY EOGE, JOHN PATTERSON, MERRILEE NELSON, DOROTHY M. SMITH
Time out for prayer
SUZANNE SMEDLEY, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Joyce Howard Price, Kristen Tagami
BY MARGARET ROGERS
'HOW DO YOU PRAY FOR YOURSELF DAILY?'
with contributions from CALI MCCLURE, RUSS GERBER, ROBIN WEILAND, LOUIS BENJAMIN, HAZEL JONES, CAROL RULLMAN, KLAUS-HENDRIK HERR
On praying daily
MARY BAKER EDDY
STICK with GOD
BY VERONA T. GARCIA
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BY SUSAN ELS
NO LIMITS/INFINITE POSSIBILITIES
BY ANN STEWART
'INCLUDE EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE'
SAILBOAT RACING—THE GREAT EQUALIZER
MUSIC ON TAP
FREED FROM DEPRESSION
FREEDOM FROM BACK PAIN AND WALKING DIFFICULTY
'FEELING GOD'S LOVE HEALED ME'
ELIZABETH I. CAHOON-JACKSON