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While the fear of not doing the right thing for our kids can loom large at times, pausing to understand our true relation to God, Love, conquers fear.
We belong to God, and always have belonged to God. 
I began to see what a beautiful sense of dominion comes when I trust in our heavenly Father-Mother God and stop trying to run the show.

Flood-tides of Love

Enjoy this week’s poetic offering.
As my Father-Mother God’s image and likeness, I possessed not only all Her mothering qualities but also opportunities to “be fruitful, and multiply” them in my experience.
How I found Christian Science

Sunday School felt like family

Gratitude flooded my heart for the loving direction Mary Baker Eddy gave for teaching in the Sunday School and for her perseverance in sharing God’s truth with the world.

Missing Mom?

If you ever miss your mom, you can remember big God-love.
Testimony of Healing
The practitioner agreed to pray and assured me that both my fear of speaking and my son’s frustration with speech were errors that could be corrected spiritually.
Testimony of Healing

Church service heals

As the service began, I realized I had a choice: I could either pay attention and get something out of it or just let it play in the background before cleaning up and going to bed. I decided to pay attention, trusting that I would benefit from the reading aloud of that week’s Bible Lesson-Sermon.
Testimony of Healing
I was able to rise, get dressed, and carry on with my day, in awe of God’s goodness.
Testimony of Healing
I awoke one morning not feeling well, and as the morning progressed, I felt more and more nauseated.
Bible Lens

Adam and Fallen Man

Shining a light on the weekly Bible Lessons published in the Christian Science Quarterly® 

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