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Jesus didn’t just bless the food, do the math, and hand out crumbs!

Timeless, tireless being

Knowing that we are entirely spiritual, not material or a mixture of matter and Spirit, frees us from limitations and unfolds the divine possibilities of demonstrating Life as God, good.

Everlasting home insurance

My home had always been a place of hospitality to others, and I realized it really wasn’t a structure of wood and windows. It was an expression of divine Love, welcoming and embracing all those who came through its doors. That expression of Love could never be lost. 
How I found Christian Science
The two books that changed my life—the Bible, and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy—came to my attention a decade ago at a time when I was facing physical and emotional challenges that had begun early in life.
TeenConnect: Why I'm a Christian Scientist

The power to push back

One of the things I love about being a Christian Scientist is the strength Christian Science has given me to challenge every thought that isn’t right or good.

Image and Inspiration

This week’s photographic inspiration and related text.
Testimony of Healing
I could feel that acknowledging and expressing the all-power and all-presence of divine Love was the only answer, the complete answer to divisiveness, proving the spiritual truth of the unity of good. I knew I was healed.
Testimony of Healing

No more chest pains

I had discovered that Christian Science is not verified by words but by healing. 
Testimony of Healing
As she spoke about God’s love for Rocky and for my family, I felt the fear draining away and a tremendous load of grief lifting off my shoulders. 
Bible Lens


Inheriting the earth or the land originally referred to possession of Palestine. Over time it came to signify the arrival of the Messianic kingdom.

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