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From the readers

[“Christmas every day,” Joan Ware, December 5, 2016, Sentinel]
The Christian Science Journal—Audio Podcast
Divine Mind alone governs man.

Blooming in God’s time

Knowing God as infinite good gave me a sense of unlimited potential.

My spiritual status

After 17 years in the comfort of my parents’ home, and then attending college close to home, I found myself moving across the country to start a new job and live among new people in a new community.
We can learn more of our inherent childlikeness as God’s reflection.
How I Found Christian Science
I found Christian Science when I overheard someone say it was a religion about understanding God.
TeenConnect: UpFront

Feeling annoyed?

Is annoyance something we just have to live with? One writer says, “no,” and shares the spiritual ideas that helped free her from it.
Testimony of Healing

Healed after a fall

I would like to express my gratitude for a healing after a fall, through Christian Science treatment.
Testimony of Healing
Here’s an example of a time a favorite passage from the book of Psalms was instrumental in effecting a healing.
Testimony of Healing

Broken bones healed

I would like to share several Christian Science healings our family has had of broken bones.
Image and Inspiration

'The fullness of His glory ...'

Sun shining through the redwoods at Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, Crescent City, California
'To Bless All Mankind'

Ending modern wars driven by ancient wrongs

Scratch below the surface of today’s territorial conflicts and you find leaders who evoke memories of their countries as past victims of aggression by others.
'To Bless All Mankind'

To move beyond past wrongs

As the editorial on the facing page explains, many nations hang on to historic, sometimes even ancient, wrongs done to them by other countries.

The joy set before us

Spiritual joy, with its sole source being God, is perpetual, flowing on through even our most challenging times.
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