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What do you see?
For the Lesson titled “Reality” from March 24-30, 2014
As children, my sister and I would lie on the grass, look up at the night sky, and ask each other, “What do you see?” At ﬁrst we saw the typical constellations: the Little Dipper; Big Dipper; Leo, the Lion. Then we’d giggle and point to the sky again, as it suddenly seemed there was so much more before us—wild animals, paths to rainbows, weeping willow trees, etc. The possibilities seemed endless.
The Christian Science Bible Lesson this week, titled “Reality,” encourages us to reﬂect on the question: What do you see? At ﬁrst glance, the Bible stories may present human experiences with “endless possibilities”—both good and bad. By digging deeper into the spiritual interpretations of these stories, we can understand how Isaiah, Jesus, and Paul were able to see and experience healing—through the ever-widening view of divine Mind.
About the author
Deanna Mummert is a Christian Science practitioner in Mill River, Massachusetts and Wilmington, North Carolina.
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Betsy Brightman, Joe
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Unlimited trust in God
The swamp angel’s song
When the inevitable, isn't
Text and photograph by Chuck Harvuot
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Child’s headache stopped
Sheryl Armstrong with contributions from Kelsey Armstrong
Loneliness switched off
No more ‘counting heads’ in church
Injured foot healed
Look up and around you!