The tares stand out and above the wheat While walking through farm fields in France last May, I found a perfect scene to illustrate Jesus Christ’s parable of the tares and the wheat. If you aren’t familiar with Jesus’ story, here it is: Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven …
Here’s an inspired way to think about how to do this.
Have you ever heard a condemnatory voice in the background of your thought, or maybe to your face, that constantly criticizes everything you do? For instance, an on-going rant to the effect of… I’m doing my job poorly. I look terrible. I walk funny. I weigh too much. I said the wrong thing. I’m not …
Source: Silence the Accuser
Ever find yourself thinking critically of someone else? Click here to read a simple, profound reminder of why “you don’t want to go there.”
Have you been searching for this Key? Click here to see what Christian Science lecturer Evan Mehlenbacher has discovered.
Are you letting God orchestrate your life?
Click here to see what Christian Science practitioner and teacher Even Mehlenbacher has to say on this subject.
“When sharing the gift of Love, there is no limit to how much one can give.”
See this inspiring thought provided by Evan Mehlenbacher.
Do you like yourself?
Are you happy with who you are? You should be.
If you are looking at yourself correctly, you’re beholding an incredibly brilliant, intelligent, stunning and worthy creation of God.
You are God’s image.
Click here to read this blog by Evan Mehlenbacher, a Christian Science practitioner and teacher.
(Provided with permission from Evan Mehlenbacher.)
“Blest star of hope, thy softened light / Cheers the long watches of the night.”
Christian Science Hymn No. 319