Monthly Archives: March 2012

Singin’ in the rain

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Daily Bread 03/31/2012 * Let us banish sickness as an outlaw, and abide by the rule of perpetual harmony, – God’s law.  It is man’s moral right  to annul an unjust sentence, a sentence never inflicted by divine authority (S&H 381:27). Mary Baker Eddy * Singin’ in the rain by Hal Shrewsbury Reprinted from the March 26, 2012 issue of… Read more »

Edward P. Bates

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Daily Bread 03/30/2012 Early workers in Christian Science * ‘Go and take the little book . . . Take it, and eat it up; and it shall make thy belly bitter, but it shall be in thy mouth sweet as honey.’  Mortals, obey the heavenly evangel.  Take divine Science.  Read this book from beginning to end.  Study it, ponder it…. Read more »

Inviting God into your day

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  Daily Bread 03/29/2012 * Children of light,  you are not children of darkness.  Let your light shine.  Keep in mind the foundations of Christian Science – one God and one Christ.  Keep personality out of sight, and Christ’s “Blessed are ye” will seal your apostleship (Miscellany 191:10). Ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord:… Read more »

Alfred Farlow

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  The poor suffering heart needs its rightful nutriment, such as peace, patience in tribulation, and a priceless sense of the dear Father’s loving-kindness. Mary Baker Eddy Science and Health (365:31) * Daily Bread 03/28/2012 by Alfred Farlow * I believe we might safely say that nine-tenths of the people who worship with us today owe their present health and… Read more »

Morning Contemplation

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This spiritual meeting with our Lord in the dawn of a new light is the morning meal which Christian Scientists commemorate. Mary Baker Eddy * The Daily Bread interactive question for today is how do you begin your day with prayer and what resources do you utilize in the process?  Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section… Read more »

Keith S. Collins – The Christian Science Monitor: Its History, Mission, and People

Interview with the Author Keith S. Collins, author of The Christian Science Monitor: Its History, Mission, and People is interviewed by George Spitzer, Publisher, Nebbadoon Press: GS. Any organization has to be distinctive or it eventually disappears. What is distinctive about the Monitor? KSC. At its best, the Monitor lifts people up. In the face of a lot of the news, its quiet approach can… Read more »


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I Am:    God; incorporeal and eternal Mind; divine Principle; the only Ego. Mary Baker Eddy * Daily Bread 03/26/2012 Humility * To live through the prism of humility When I was in high school and becoming earnest about my study of Christian Science, I had a conversation with my dad one day about humility.  Dad said that he’d found… Read more »

Guaranteed to bloom.

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  God’s promise of good is universal and applies to everyone, in every walk of life.  This fact is not coincidental, but is based on spiritual law.  What if we feel as though our bloom is a long time in coming, or that the bloom has already faded?  God’s promise,  just like the spring, is actually never-failing and everlasting.  We… Read more »

Always accepted.

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  ‘Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thy self.’  It should be thoroughly understood that all men have one Mind, one God and Father, one Life, Truth, and Love.  Mankind will become perfect in proportion as this fact becomes apparent, war will cease and the true brotherhood of man will be established.  Mary Baker Eddy . Daily Bread 03/23/2012 Always… Read more »

No more castles built on sand.

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And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. John 8:32 NO MORE CASTLES BUILT ON SAND Daily Bread  03/22/2012 After emigrating to the United States, I started working in a restaurant. Work there was very difficult, and as a result I was suffering from a lot of pain. I took painkillers, and, without realizing it,… Read more »