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First Church of Christ, Scientist Birmingham's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Cathy
50:38
How do you handle the fear of others when a situation arises?
David's iPhone
58:18
this has been very uplifting! thank you so much!
ollie
01:02:05
When we "unite in silent prayer for the congregation" during a church service, what is an example of that prayer? In other words, how does one pray "for the congregation" as opposed to a prayer of gratitude, for example?
Larry
01:07:30
On page 177:25-7 of Science and Health, Mary Baker Eddy says:“If a dose of poison is swallowed through mistake, and the patient dies even though physician and patient are expecting favorable results, does human belief, you ask, cause this death? Even so, and as directly as if the poison had been intentionally taken.In such cases a few persons believe the potion swallowed by the patient to be harmless, but the vast majority of mankind, though they know nothing of this particular case and this special person, believe the arsenic, the strychnine, or whatever the drug used, to be poisonous, for it is set down as a poison by mortal mind. Consequently, the result is controlled by the majority of opinions, not by the infinitesimal minority of opinions in the sick-chamber.”If the “poison” is COVID-19 and the “sick-chamber” is society in general, how can a Christian Scientist experience a result governed by spiritual reasoning instead of sick chamber opinions?
Aud G/Home
01:24:32
So loving in your delivery. Thank you.
Pamela Kiesel
01:24:43
Thank you for the helpful ideas!
Meg & Jon
01:25:35
The CS Daily Lift is a big help to me. And pg. 379 in S&H are helpful.
Wendy Rankin
01:25:47
Thank you for the loving and simple way you share these ideas!
Cláudia Proença
01:25:58
Thank you very much. Wonderful! From Portugal
Dianne O'Connor
01:32:43
Thank you for your compassion and authenticity.
Sasha
01:33:16
Thank you! Fine talk!
Cher
01:33:43
Wonderful, thanks from Florida