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Editorial
The perfection of our connections is established in Spirit, as the Scriptures assure us. We’re forever at one with God, and through God, with each other.
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Your God-given purpose

No matter how challenging we may find it to realize our purpose, we can trust God to develop and guide our every step.
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More important than my work or going on a trip with friends was my duty to God, “investing” in getting to know God more and listening for Mind’s guidance.
Poem

Listen . . .

The Word is
speaking . . .
The Logos of eternity declares itself,
its power: 
It is Love—embracing the cosmos with
its dictation.
How I Found Christian Science

A friend introduced me

I noticed that my friend was very happy, with a positive outlook on life. I wondered if her religion might have something to do with her attitude. So, I went to Christian Science Sunday School with her to find out if there might be a connection.
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Resolve

This American sonnet is inspired by page 514 of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
TeenConnect: Your Healings
I was sure that if I hadn’t turned to God and prayed, the recovery process would have taken much longer.
Testimony of Healing

Injured wrist healed

I had the expectation that God’s ever-present goodness and love would meet my need.
Testimony of Healing
I prayed to see my manager as a loved child of God, just as I identified myself, and I vowed not to take offense over angry outbursts and unjustified accusations.
Testimony of Healing

Lump vanishes

I felt uplifted and surrounded—encompassed—by Love’s care.
Bible Lens

Spirit

Central to early Christian teaching was believers’ status as children of God.
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