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[Living Christian Science Today blog, “Lifted higher by the Christ,” Carole Bell, January 17, 2013]

To end all wars

Peace needs to rest on something more substantial than a threat of annihilation in order to have the promise of permanence.
I had to bear witness to God’s unlimited, spiritual selfhood, and myself as the individualized spiritual idea of God.
It was clear to me that God was indeed mightier than stormy seas.
I can think of everyone as my brother or sister, including those across the globe whom I haven't met.
Unlike many Northerners, Mary Baker Eddy had had firsthand experience with slavery.
Spiritual Lens

Apology accepted

“Owe no man any thing, but to love one another”.
In the Christian Science Bible Lesson

God's saving wisdom

This week’s Bible Lesson, titled “Mind,” is full of inspiring examples of God’s wisdom succeeding where human wisdom fails.
How I Found Christian Science

Au pair ad led to answers

I grew up in France.
Bible Translations: Old & New

What got me started

I have been working for the past 20 years with 18 different Bible translations when reading the weekly Bible Lesson in the Christian Science Quarterly.

Kids ask...

—Ricky, age 9
Testimony of Healing
I worked as a mechanic operator for 37 years.
Testimony of Healing
The main message of the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, is this: Spiritual reality supersedes material evidence.
Testimony of Healing

Several generations of healing

My family has been experiencing the benefits of Christian Science for generations.
Testimony of Healing

No more alcohol

Though I had been raised in Christian Science, I was no longer studying it when I first met my husband.
From the Editors
Jesus knew that divine Love could not be absent, and that Love was already supplying the need.

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