Prayer that God setteth the solitary in families


Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!
—Psalms 133:1


My weary hope tries to realize that happy day, when man shall recognize the Science of Christ and love his neighbor as himself,—when he shall realize God’s omnipotence and the healing power of the divine Love in what it has done and is doing for mankind.

Mary Baker Eddy

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 55



Related articles below from The Christian Science Journal and Christian Science Sentinel:


In “A biblical promise for refugees”: “. . . we find a message of hope in the Bible because its overall record is not one of man’s defeat because of violence, oppression, or limited opportunities, but of man’s triumph over them through a deepening trust in and understanding of God and His divine promise of good for all His children.” And “In divine reality, God has never-ending provision and infinite supply for all, and this spiritual truth, when known and cherished, can be proved in human experience.”


In “Giving shelter”: “When we look to God for a clearer understanding of His ever-presence and limitless love for all His creation­—His spiritual ideas, embraced in His allness and goodness—we are establishing in our thoughts a spiritual foundation for constructive actions to help refugees, and to help those helping them.” And “Whenever we have the opportunity to give, we are also getting the opportunity to grow in grace, wisdom, and experience.”


Photo – Conversation Class – Power of Hope  & Never, Never, Give Up

Oaxaca, Mexico



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