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Ashamed by the way she racially profiled two young men after a theft on her property, one woman took a deep dive into what it means to truly love one’s neighbor.
Each of us can humbly turn to God for inspiration that lifts fear and brings healing.
For one special education teacher, what she’d learned about the real nature of God and His children empowered her to respond to challenges in the classroom with patience, compassion, and calm.
When a woman felt resentful toward someone she felt had wronged her, striving to follow Jesus’ command “Love your enemies” led her to see that person in a new light, brought healing to their relationship, and freed her from the burden of holding grudges.
When a college student learned that a shooting had taken place on her previous campus, panic threatened. But a tangible sense of God’s inextinguishable love brought calmness and mental strength that empowered her to better support and encourage friends who had been at the site.
We may sometimes wish for a way to peer into the future, something to reassure us that we’re on the right path. When one young family faced economic uncertainty, earnest prayer brought the realization that one can never be without God’s goodness and care – which shed light on a solution.
After moving to another country and struggling to find work, one woman experienced how turning to God for guidance brings inspiration that lights the way forward.
Understanding the concept of infinity plays a key role in the practice of Christian Science, as one man found out when he prayed for a horse in need of healing. As he turned to God for inspiration, a powerful sense of God’s goodness as infinite came to him. That changed the way he saw the horse – who was soon free of all the ailments.
Longstanding issues in the world may weigh on us at times, but that doesn’t mean we should ever stop praying. Through persistent prayer that continually acknowledges God as good and all-powerful, we can witness shifts in thought taking place and contributing to the change that’s needed.
Defining one’s sense of purpose by particular careers, relationships, or social media posts can have its pitfalls. But considering true purpose and joy as God-given opens the door for deep and lasting satisfaction no matter what the circumstances.
A NYPD Bomb Squad officer investigates suspicious packages near West 16th Street and Seventh Avenue in New York City, Aug. 16.
It’s not always easy to let love lead us forward instead of hate, especially in the wake of tragic events. But each of us has a God-given ability to do so.
It’s possible to know God as an active, protecting presence in our lives, as one young man experienced when attacked by a stranger on a city street.
Too often we hear heartbreaking news reports of lives lost to senseless violence, as Americans did twice in one weekend. But we can find comfort and hope by understanding that inextinguishable divine light shines in everyone, eternally.
It often seems there are more problems than resources to meet them. But turning to God for inspiration brings solutions that meet our needs, enabling us to experience God’s love and care for all.
Exhausted and ill during a strenuous work trip, one woman went to a Wednesday evening service at a local Christian Science church. There, she found the inspiration, peace, and healing she’d been looking for.
When it comes to civil discourse, contempt too often emerges front and center. But the humility to yield to God’s view lifts us out of self-righteous modes of thinking and acting.
For one college student, Psalm 91 in the Bible – and its promises of God’s protection – brought quick and tangible help when she became ill.
A stubborn refusal to budge can be disastrous to relationships and progress. But when we put willfulness aside and instead let God lead the way, solutions naturally and harmoniously emerge.
When a young woman was faced with a serious and incurable condition, the realization that God did not create disease brought complete and permanent healing.
Caught off guard by a poor review at work, one employee took an approach he’d found helpful during other challenges: He prayed. Here’s some of the inspiration that helped him move forward in a productive way and tangibly improve his performance on the job.
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