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[Primary Class Instruction, “Finding more than a familiar name,” Pallas Hubler, January 19 & 26, 2015, Sentinel]
“Unintended consequences” usually has a somewhat negative connotation. But, as Pallas shares in this article, when we listen to God and follow the thoughts/intuitions we receive, the unintended consequences are all good.
Rower12, Ian Gudger, Jordan Krueger
Temperance: What does it mean?
Praying for a humble heart
Annual Meeting 2015
From the Christian Science Board of Directors
The first step in a life of healing
From frustrating game to golden opportunity
A stand against fear
Illness healed on a camping trip
Margie Scott Beckett
Humility trumps human will
Are we ‘honest seekers’?
Carol Moss Alton
To rouse ourselves
David C. Kennedy