A Thought from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

The word of God is alive and active, sharper than any double-edged sword.
Holy Bible
Good News Translation in Today’s English Version—Second Edition.
Hebrews 4:12 (to 1st .)

The word of God is alive and active, sharper than any double-edged sword.

Holy Bible
Good News Translation in Today’s English Version—Second Edition.
Hebrews 4:12 (to 1st .)

Christian Science Journal – Does it matter what others think of us?

Susan Booth Mack Snipes wrote an article recently shared on the Christian Science Journal website titled, Does it matter what others think of us? The article begins: I’m continually surprised by how much I still struggle with this question. For the most part I’m not aware of being concerned about what others think of me, and […]

Does It Matter What Others Think Of Us?Susan Booth Mack Snipes wrote an article recently shared on the Christian Science Journal website titled, Does it matter what others think of us? The article begins:

I’m continually surprised by how much I still struggle with this question. For the most part I’m not aware of being concerned about what others think of me, and then, bang—something comes up that makes me question my goodness, adequacy, or ability, and I find that there’s still more egotism there than I realized. 

But I can tell I am making progress, because these days I find myself actually grateful for those wake-up moments, even though they’re uncomfortable. I see them as opportunities to keep surrendering to how God sees me, to rest secure in the steady approval that God has for all of Her children, to realize that this is what really matters most, and to experience the tangible benefits of this realization…

To view this full article on https://journal.christianscience.com for free, please click here. 

 

An Idea from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

My soul thirsteth for God, for the living God:
King James Bible
Psalms 42:2 (to 🙂

My soul thirsteth for God, for the living God:

King James Bible
Psalms 42:2 (to :)

A Healing Thought from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name: bring an offering, and come before him: worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.
King James Bible
1st Chronicles 16:29

Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name: bring an offering, and come before him: worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.

King James Bible
1st Chronicles 16:29

Christian Science Monitor: The reset button is now

Susan Booth Mack Snipes published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website today under A Christian Science Perspective. The article gives a perspective into the new year: The start of a new year is often seen as an opportunity to commit to new initiatives, fresh starts, and improvements in character. But we don’t need […]

The Reset Button Is NowSusan Booth Mack Snipes published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website today under A Christian Science Perspective. The article gives a perspective into the new year:

The start of a new year is often seen as an opportunity to commit to new initiatives, fresh starts, and improvements in character. But we don’t need to let the calendar define our potential for progress. At every moment we can welcome inspiration from God that brings reformation and healing…

To view this full article on https://www.csmonitor.com, please click here.

 

An Idea from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

. . . set your heart and your soul to seek the Lord your God;
King James Bible
1st Chronicles 22:19 set (to 😉

. . . set your heart and your soul to seek the Lord your God;

King James Bible
1st Chronicles 22:19 set (to ;)

A Healing Thought from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

. . . God giveth to a man that is good in his sight wisdom, and knowledge, and joy:
King James Bible
Ecclesiastes 2:26 God (to 🙂

. . . God giveth to a man that is good in his sight wisdom, and knowledge, and joy:

King James Bible
Ecclesiastes 2:26 God (to :)

Christian Science Sentinel – Follow that star

Myrra Johnson shared an article on the Christian Science Sentinel website titled, Follow that star. The article touches upon the holiday season: I am always amazed when I look up at the stars at night. The wonder of God’s handiwork makes me stand in awe. I can well imagine how the wise men many, many years […]

Follow That StarMyrra Johnson shared an article on the Christian Science Sentinel website titled, Follow that star. The article touches upon the holiday season:

I am always amazed when I look up at the stars at night. The wonder of God’s handiwork makes me stand in awe.

I can well imagine how the wise men many, many years ago must have felt when looking up at a particularly bright star that may have seemed rather overwhelming to them. Perhaps its light penetrated near and far, beyond what they had ever experienced before. But they knew that this was an extraordinary event. Something wonderful was taking place, and they followed the star to the place where it was resting—above the humble manger where a small babe had been born. That babe was Christ Jesus, who would unfold Truth to a world waiting to be lifted out of its materialistic beliefs. The star brilliantly epitomized this hope, and they looked up with wonder and expectation…

To view this full article on https://sentinal.christianscience.com, please click here. 

 

An Idea from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

. . . with God all things are possible.
King James Bible
Matthew 19:26 with God

. . . with God all things are possible.

King James Bible
Matthew 19:26 with God

A Healing Thought from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

You are my hiding place;
You shall preserve me from trouble;
You shall surround me with songs of deliverance.
Holy Bible
New King James Version®.
Psalms 32:7

You are my hiding place;
You shall preserve me from trouble;
You shall surround me with songs of deliverance.

Holy Bible
New King James Version®.
Psalms 32:7