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From the November 2021 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Grateful for reminder

[Karen Neff, “Filled with the Christ-spirit,Journal, September 2021]

With so much going on in the world, I went to and did a word search for mesmerism, then chose “Newest First.” What came up was definitely worth printing out, reviewing regularly, and living consistently. How grateful I am for this strong reminder of the Christ’s ever-presence. 

Trudi Carter

Great article

[William E. Moody, “Humility—‘the genius of Christian Science,’ ” Journal, September 2021]

Wow! What a great article. The ideas expressed brought tears to my eyes. But I expect to see an even greater impact, brought out in a change of attitude to everyday life situations, resulting in solutions.

Christine Weller

Helped me

[Paul Perea, “Years of criticism and judgment fell away,” Journal, September 2021]

I loved this article and the specific naming of thoughts that we need to recognize and correct. It has helped me to see the errors that can hide in our thinking and which need to be destroyed by obedience and Love.

Jan Mullen

Practical and healing

[Mark Swinney, “Your primary, life-giving purpose,” Journal, July 2021]

This article was very helpful and inspiring, especially when I got to the part, “Try this: The next time you’re praying, behold God loving someone who appears to be your enemy. . . . Quietly behold God’s love resting on all, including that individual.” I stopped right then and there to do so, humbly and sincerely. And I felt true progress in overcoming the sinful belief of man as separated from God, Love. I truly loved the practicality of the message. 

Thank you so much to Mark Swinney and the Journal editors for embracing this practical and healing approach.

Katie Osborn

Issue clearly handled

[Elaina Simpson, “Self-government is an inalienable right,” Journal, July 2021]

I’m really grateful for this article. One of the aspects of Christian Science that most drew me to these teachings was the declaration of man’s inalienable right to self-government, reason, and conscience. That includes freedom from any form of mental manipulation presenting itself, such as unsought assessment, apparently friendly criticism, or unwanted advice. It’s so good to have the issue laid out and handled so clearly.

Nicholas Woodeson

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