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Posted December 23, 2017 by cscanberra in Christ message, Christmas

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The Quiet Gift   Leave a comment

star-of-bethlehemAn angel message to a reverent virgin. An amazingly bright star.  A Savior’s birth being revealed to shepherds in a field at night. This is how God’s gift of His Son to the world came to receptive hearts—so very quietly.

In that same powerfully quiet way, the Christ message of God’s universal love and care for each one of His children came to individuals through Christ Jesus’ ministry.  And that’s the way the Christ message comes to receptive hearts and minds today; it silently reaches into the deepest recesses of individual human consciousness and ministers to our conscious, and even unrecognized, longings—to bring healing and redemption to us. Read more

This article, The Quiet Gift by Barbara Vining, was orginally published in the December 12 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel.  In it she talks about the Christ message that can be heard by all in their quieter moments – a message that still brings comfort, love and a sense of peace.

A Christmas Full of Peace   Leave a comment

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Last December, as I was busily preparing for the Christmas holidays and frustrated that I was not accomplishing what I wanted to, I was suddenly stricken with severe pain and other symptoms that seemed to indicate a bladder problem. … Read more …

… That particular Christmas truly was a joyous one, full of peace and a precious awareness of the Christ, Truth, in my own heart, which resulted in this wonderful healing. As  Mary Baker Eddy says of Christian healing, “This is the babe we are to cherish” (Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, p. 370.)

This article, A Christmas Full of Peace by Sue Penny, was originally published in the Christian Science Sentinel of December 22, 2014.  It is also available on JHS-online.  Follow the link to read how Sue used prayer and her understanding of her true spiritual identity to overcome this painful condition and so celebrate the real gift of the Christmas message – healing.

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