The Christian Science textbook, large type edition, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

Science and Health with Key the Scriptures,
 by Mary Baker Eddy

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Chapter 1 - - Prayer 


Table of contents (topics)
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2 - Right motives

3 - Deity unchangeable

4 - God's standard

5 - The spiritual mathematics

6 - Prayerful ingratitude

7 - Efficacious petitions

8 - Watchfulness requisite

9 - Veritable devotion

10 - Sorrow and reformation

11 - Cancellation of human sin

12 - Diabolism destroyed

13 - Pardon and amendment

14 - Mercy without partiality

15 - Divine severity

16 - Audible praying

17 - Emotional utterances

18 - Danger from audible prayer

19 - Aspiration and love

20 - Searching the heart

21 - Summit of aspiration

22 - Practical religion

23 - The chalice sacrificial

24 - Perfunctory prayers

25 - Asking amiss

26 - Remission of penalty

27 - Truth annihilates error

28 - Desire for holiness

29 - Prayer for the sick

30 - Love impartial and universal

31 - Public exaggerations

32 - Corporeal ignorance

33 - Bodily presence

34 - Spiritualized consciousness

35 - Spiritual sanctuary

36 - Effectual invocation

37 - Trustworthy beneficence

38 - Loftiest adoration

39 - The prayer of Jesus Christ

40 - - The Lord's Prayer -

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