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Christ dissolves willfulness and shows new views
This is what has to happen! This is how a certain issue has to be addressed! We’ve probably all experienced or observed this type of intense thinking at one time or another—we or someone else has an idea that seems as if it’s the only idea that should move forward or the only way a process should take place.
But so often the impetus or enthusiasm accompanying this type of approach is what Mary Baker Eddy pinpointed in part of her metaphysical definition of zeal, when she characterized the material sense of it as: “Blind enthusiasm; mortal will” (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 599).
Lori Marquart, Brenda Riontino
Trust in God’s love
Gail Ellen McBride
Reflections on divine reflection
My true north
Simultaneous challenges healed
Frederick R. Andresen
Spider bite healed
Jan K. Keeler
Horse healed of colic
Healed in church
Eric D. Pagett
'Love, redolent with unselfishness ...'
Photograph by Sue Holzberlein
Pulling kids from war’s rubble
<i>The Monitor’s</i> Editorial Board
Innocence and the armor of Love
Mary Alice Rose
Self-knowledge and spiritual growth