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Dedicated to a sacred teaching that proclaims a loving and universal God, whose healing presence is always right where we are. We honor all spiritual walks that do not judge others or declare there is only one right way to experience the Divine.
Come join us on Sunday Mornings at 11: AM—Pueblo Divine Science Church is OPEN.
The Rev. Dr. Betsy Morgan is presenting.
*We are implementing Social Distancing: Participants will find bows on the pew backs, marking appropriate seating arrangements.
*Thank you for wearing your masks.
*Sunday Bulletins may be picked up inside the Foyer.
*A Hand-cleansing Station is available in the Foyer.
*The Sanctuary is open. Please use the Front Doors on Routt.
*Sadly, no Socializing in the Fellowship Hall after the Service, our usual practice, will be held until further notice.
An evening Memorial Service will be held in the Sanctuary to honor individual and community losses. A Sharing Format will entail audience participation regarding specific individuals.
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*** PDSC Office is open from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Tuesday through Friday. 719 -543- 0812, PDSC Annex, corner of Routt & Broadway. Reverend Doctor Elizabeth Morgan (Betsy Morgan)
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Pueblo Divine Science Church
August 16, 2020
An Attitude of Appreciation
The Mississippi Kite bathing in the gutter while I had breakfast on the front porch.
We talk about the attitude of gratitude in New Thought circles, but this morning, I want to focus on a different response, the attitude of appreciation.
The current social and health situations that have redefined our lifestyles weight heavily on everyone, and it seems that although the circumstances may alter, we are still months away from satisfactory solutions.
Divine Scientists know that one’s frame of mind is critically demonstrated in one’s experiences. So it behooves us to seriously and confidently reorder our thinking in positive and productive ways.
Job, in chapter 3, verse 25 of the Hebrew Scriptures, tells us “What I fear comes upon me, and what I dread befalls me”. So we know our current dilemma is ages old. It is a Law of Nature. One which with focus and determination, we can re-adjust our thinking and alter our experience.
“Garbage in, Garbage out” is a contemporary analysis used to express the idea that in computing and other spheres, incorrect or poor quality input will always produce faulty output.
Nona Brooks in chapter 6 of Short Lessons in Divine Science, a text I use in the Fundamentals of Divine Science class, tells us “Why we should be watchful of our Thinking”. She emphases, “We, Divine Scientists, lay great stress on right thinking, because from our thinking come results in our words, and deeds, and in our lives.”
She reminds us that “To change our environment or our outer conditions we do not have to work directly with them, but with our own thinking about them.
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Elevating spiritual consciousness through education, prayer, meditation and compassionate service – in our center, our community and beyond; empowered by love and ever conscious of our Oneness in God.
The teaching of Divine Science is just as true today as it was over a hundred years ago when the founders had their realization of the Omnipresence of God and healing. It is a practical teaching that can be practiced and applied to everyday living to improve our relationship with God within our self, with others, and in the world around us.
Is Divine Science Christian?
Yes, but not in the way you might be used to. We believe Jesus was an extraordinary example of what we can all achieve, as he himself taught. But we do not believe he was sacrificed for our sins, or that he was “God’s only son”. We are all God’s children.
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Constructed in 1883, this beautiful stone and brick church has endured for more than 130 years.
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