“The friend I spoke to told me the weather forecast was for a hot, dry day with high winds—dangerous conditions. I knew she was a religious person, so I mentioned to her that in the Lord’s Prayer we pray, “Thy will be done” (see Matt. 6:10). Certainly, a raging bush fire was not God’s will. … More Certainly, a raging bush fire is not God’s will
Joan Atkinson relates in a recent testimony: “Some years ago, during supper one evening I began feeling very dizzy. I soon became nauseous as well and had to lie down. I was unable to pray effectively for myself, so I called a Christian Science practitioner, which eased my fear. Still, the condition lasted two full … More A cycle of illness ends
David Kennedy writes: “Moving to a new home a number of years ago, I found that I had settled down in the midst of a severe drought, one that had been intensifying over a period of four years. The state’s fruit and vegetable crops were suffering millions of dollars in damage. Forecasts in the newspaper … More Can prayer help in drought?
Suffering a lifelong condition of eczema, this mother of three children reached a point of severity with the skin condition. She writes: “I had two hours before I needed to pick my son up at playgroup, and I went to my bedroom and dropped to my knees in prayer. I was in a state of … More Healed of lifelong eczema by reading Science and Health
On Sunday 19 May 2019 come along to hear a free public talk about Christian Science crafted specifically for the newcomer. Michelle Nanouche, a practitioner, teacher and lecturer on Christian Science with over 30 years professional healing experience, will share insights from personal experience. Sunday 19 May AT 2.00PM at the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM & … More FINDING GOD, FINDING HEALTH
Like many recent mass killings, the one in New Zealand hit a place of prayer. The response of many around the world was to gather in prayer. For all religions, prayer is a spiritual resource to dispel fear and affirm love. You may find this article helpful in explaining how prayer can and needs to … More How to think about tragedies and ‘sudden endings’