Monthly Archives: February 2012

What is my focus?

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  By Dave Horn, former Indiana Committee on Publication from Raleigh, North Carolina – from the official blog of the Committee on Publication for Indiana. Sometimes Committees on Publication and their helpers are quickly successful correcting impositions on public thought about Christian Science. But sometimes an equal amount of effort seems to bear no fruit at all. When this happens,… Read more »

Your specialness in God’s Eyes

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 Daily Bread – 02/22/12 “Having a mentor is unequivocally the one thing that all successful people I know have in common.” – Ryan Blair who went from gang member to millionaire Your Specialness in God’s Eyes By Chris Shoaf The Christian Science Monitor “Would existence without personal friends be to you a blank? Then the time will come when you… Read more »

God’s Law of Adjustment – A testimony

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We’ve all read God’s Law of Adjustment and know of its targeted metaphysical applications in relation to all human situations, experiences, and difficulties.  Our recent discussions have noted it is a “pillar article” within our movement, and personally, I’ve used this article countless times to allow God to “correct, govern, harmonize, and adjust” situations to which I was subjected but were… Read more »

The job Shifters

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To Injure No Man But to Bless All Mankind. Mary Baker Eddy Daily Bread – February 20, 2012 The Job Shifters The Christian Science Monitor February 6, 2012 Mr. Blair remembers the lice. Before being put in a juvenile detention facility or joining a gang, he was living in a shed behind his sister’s house. He had left home because… Read more »

“Crisis at Ho Chi Minh International Airport: God’s Law vs. International Law”

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“Crisis at Ho Chi Minh International Airport: God’s Law vs. International Law” By Tom Taffel With only two hours until flight time, we found ourselves in a crisis at Saigon’s Ho Chi Minh City International Airport – while leading a group of twenty-eight Americans to visit Cambodia’s ancient temples of Angkor Wat.   Upon checking in, Vietnam Airlines informed Bill that… Read more »

I Am – Because – I am

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I Am – Because – I Am By Tom Taffel February 14, 2012   I am grateful for unlimited abundance Because I am learning that abundance isn’t what I have, but what I give.   I am striving to be more generous, gracious and compassionate Because I am part of the seamless flow of good.   I am in need of… Read more »

Rise Up and Walk

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Daily Bread February 15, 2012 Rise Up and Walk (Matthew 9:2-7)                     6,6,8,6 Rise up, O man, be strong, And walk with footsteps sure; Leave error off, the night is gone, And Christ has made you pure.   Rise up, O man, behold The Name of names demands Your heart and mind and body whole, Healed by His precious hands.  … Read more »

Happy Valentine’s Day

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To Injure No Man But To Bless All Mankind. Mary Baker Eddy Happy Valentine’s Day  February 14, 2012 Click on link below for: Special Valentine’s message from The Trevor Project   Caught up in Love Judy Atwood Reprinted from the February 14, 2011 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel. It wasn’t until I read something on praying about demand and supply… Read more »

On Eagle’s Wings

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To Injure No Man But To Bless All Mankind. Mary Baker Eddy Daily Bread – February 8, 2012 On Eagle’s Wings   You who dwell in the shelter of the Lord, Who abide in His shadow for life, Say to the Lord, “My Refuge, My Rock in Whom I trust.” And He will raise you up on eagle’s wings, Bear… Read more »

Suicide Prevention – A Christian Science Perspective

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  To Injure No Man But to Bless All Mankind. Mary Baker Eddy Regardless of demographics, hope can rise at any moment in the human heart. Because of this, there is nothing inevitable about suicide. Hope is an expectancy of good. It’s a feeling that one has the means to fulfill a treasured desire. Young people might feel that their… Read more »