A Spiritual Outlook on Life is Healthy!

A Spiritual Outlook on Life is Healthy!

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A guest post written by Graham Bothwell from Pasadena, California

Most of us accept the limitations of a physical life and its associated physical remedies. One aspect of this is the expectations of reduced capabilities with age; and yet we often don’t realize there is a spiritual approach to handling this.Continue Reading

Rising to the Light

Rising to the Light

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A guest post written by Bob Eklund from Los Angeles, California

One of my abiding memories is of an evening flight from Columbus, Ohio, to Los Angeles. We took off in a rainstorm, near sunset, and with the heavy cloud cover it looked almost like night as we left the ground. But we rose quickly through the rain, and before long we burst out of the clouds into brilliant sunshine.Continue Reading

Receptive to Inspiration? It’s Healthy!

Receptive to Inspiration? It's Healthy!

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A guest post written by Susan Spears

Christian Scientists work every day to see God’s inspiration in their daily lives, thus encouraging a healthy outlook and healthy life. With this in mind, the founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, counsels us that “we take the inspired word of the Bible as our sufficient guide to eternal life.”Continue Reading

A Mind Already Full

A Mind Already Full

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A guest post written by Evelyn Brookins from Laguna Niguel, California

I recently saw a video blog about how psychiatrists have concluded that the fear of disease is itself a disease. What I found thought provoking was the source of our fear of disease, which led me to recall being carefully taught in school about germs and infections.Continue Reading

Relying on God as the Only Cause Brings Healing

Relying on God as the Only Cause Brings Healing

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A guest post written by Alan Galt from Carlsbad, California

Modern medical practice has made great strides. Broad experience, advancing technology, and improved communication enhance the physician’s skill at diagnosing and treating health problems, based on the conviction that bodily disorders come from dysfunction, imbalance, infection, or injury.Continue Reading

Relevant Healing Truths From Job

Relevant Healing Truths From Job

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A guest post written by Bill Downs from Los Angeles, California

The book of Job is a drama that highlights the age-old idea that God may be the cause of suffering as punishment for sin. Job has had many horrible things happen to him from a health perspective as well as from a financial perspective. Although Job insists he has not sinned, his friends just know that he has because of the awful things that have happened to him – and they feel this is an example of God’s wrath.Continue Reading

No Mixed Blessing – Even With a Busy Life

No Mixed Blessing - Even With a Busy Life

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A guest post written by Bethany Brix from Beverly Hills, California.

The week had been a blur. Long hours of work, makeshift meals on the run, virtually no down time. Sound familiar? Although my husband and I felt genuine gratitude for activity – and its resultant benefits – the situation qualified as a mixed blessing. Where was the time to catch a breath, visit with loved ones, or give appropriate care to needy family members?Continue Reading

Are You Looking for Vigor and Promise in Life?

Are You Looking for Vigor and Promise in Life?

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A guest post written by Robert Nafie from Arcadia, California

It seems modern society is obsessed with statistical probabilities and future predictions of all types. We hear and see them everywhere – from national and local newspapers to best-selling books, from television commentators to talk-radio hosts, from political forecasts to weather forecasts.Continue Reading