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Frustration foiled

Instead of smoldering in frustration, acknowledge that the peace of God and the calm of His Christ are already on the scene.

Learning to yield

God is the center of the universe, and we serve and glorify Him.
Having no electricity, TV, or radio didn’t bother me—the study of Christian Science absorbed my attention.
Through actively seeking to understand others, appreciation and respect naturally develop.

My grandsons' 'church work'

It dawned on me: Church work comes in a variety of forms, all of which benefit the spiritual growth of the community.
Spiritual Lens

Higher mathematics

Go figure.
Johannes Kepler, a brilliant 17th century astronomer, discovered laws of planetary motion that helped propel the scientific revolution.
What *The Christian Science Monitor* Means to Me

Healing in the hair salon

I love all the different Christian Science periodicals: the Journal, Sentinel, Herald, the weekly Bible Lesson, and especially the Monitor.
A more spiritual outlook transformed our trip.
Testimony of Healing
More than 20 years ago, I fell down a flight of stairs after getting up during the night.
Testimony of Healing

Growth on head healed

One morning more than ten years ago, while my wife was cutting my hair, she touched something on the side of my head and said, “That needs to be removed.
Testimony of Healing
There are many, many accounts of healing in the Bible that have inspired me.
Testimony of Healing

Warts eradicated

When my daughter was 11 years old, a wart on her hand that had become infected was quickly healed through prayer.

The un-invisible man

When a view doesn’t parallel how the all-knowing knows you, it amounts to nothing at all.

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