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The Christian Science Journal
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Letters

[“Paul’s recipe for joy,” Sara Fletcher, October 13, 2014, Sentinel]
Lead Article
In their very nature, mortal man and all evil exist only in belief.
Article

Neighborhood watch

We can address the specific challenges facing our neighborhoods, acknowledging divine Love’s active, protective presence.
Article

Undistracted prayer

I’d been bouncing back and forth like a pinball between prayer and baseball scores, messages, videos, and whatever else competed for my attention. 
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Dominion over evil

I had found the comfort and guidance I needed. 
Spiritual Lens

God’s promise*

<div class="inline-quote"> &lt;div class="inline-quote"&gt; &lt;p&gt;Do not fear, for I am with you,&lt;br&gt;Rise in strength from earthly sod.
In the Christian Science Bible Lesson
This week’s Bible Lesson in the Christian Science Quarterly, “Mortals and Immortals,” reveals how we can see God more clearly.
Primary Class Instruction
“Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day”.
Article

Pause and pray

A few months ago I hurt my toe.
Testimony of Healing

Hip pain vanishes

In one of the By-Laws of the Manual of The Mother Church, Mary Baker Eddy states, “It shall be the duty of every member of this Church to defend himself daily against aggressive mental suggestion, and not be made to forget nor to neglect his duty to God, to his Leader, and to mankind”.
Testimony of Healing
One weekend last fall, I woke up feeling very ill.
Testimony of Healing

Free from back pain

Five years ago, I traveled to São Paulo on a long weekend to visit some relatives.
From the Editors

Look away from the body

Mind forms its own likeness, and that likeness is what we really are, not a material body but the manifestation of Mind. 

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