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From the April 1997 issue of The Christian Science Journal


What a heartwarming account in The Christian Science Journal on the courageous ministry of God's Posse, working with young people in Roxbury, Boston! I gather from the interview that the desire of the Posse is that those they reach with their ministry of love will, in turn, go out to help others.

Journal readers can support the Posse's work through their prayers—through the realization that God's child, as His image and reflection, has within him or her all the moral and spiritual resources to shut the mouths of the lions of immorality, violence, abuse, and criminality, as Daniel proved when claiming his innocence before God and men (see Dan. 6:22).

Mary Baker Eddy writes in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, "Christian Science despoils the kingdom of evil, and pre-eminently promotes affection and virtue in families and therefore in the community" (pp. 102-103).

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