able lecture of the Hon.
is in the hands of the Publishing Society a large number of the pamphlet, "Christian Science History.
is hope for the heart that can suffer, There is strength in the metal that's wrought, Though the hope and the tempered perfection, With vintage of sorrow are bought.
As one might scatter Easter flowers amidst a throng, bringing fond messages of spring and beauty to many a weary pilgrim, though some should miss their mark and, falling, exhale their fragrance beneath unthinking feet; so let us strew with open hand, kind deeds and loving thoughts to all around, and these sweet messages of Love Divine will bring to many a sorrowing heart, to each receptive soul, a gentle peace, a holy aspiration toward the Good; the Beautiful, the True; and though misunderstanding and mistrust may oft reject these proffered blooms of heavenly growth, yet even thus rejected will they leave behind some subtle fragrance of Elysian fields, some sweetly penetrating essence of a Love Divine.
Under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of San Diego, Cal.
Plans have been furnished for the new temple of the Third Church of Christ, Scientist, which is to be erected at the southeast corner of Washington Boulevard and Leavitt Street.
assignment of all right, title, and interest of Mrs.
has never established reforms and never will do so.
truth of the Scriptural words, "Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them," has been so beautifully fulfilled at Macatawa Park, Michigan, during this summer's season, that we cannot longer withhold the good tidings from those whom we know will be glad to hear.
dollar Polar expedition is now planned by Scientists of Europe, England and Germany uniting in it.
the month of August, while their own church was undergoing repairs and redecoration, the congregation of First Church of Christ, Scientist, in St.
any one predicted five years ago that I would write the following statement, I should have ridiculed the idea.
several months past Christian Science has been occupying the attention of our people, because of the reports of some wonderful cures being effected through the assistance of Christian Science, which caused your scribe to drop in at a meeting last Wednesday, which happened to be what is called a testimonial meeting.
A short time ago I received a telegram to come at once to Bowie, Texas, as my sister was not expected to live.
Hearing the lecture delivered by Judge Ewing in Tremont Temple last evening, is one of the many blessings for which I am indebted to Christian Science.
I desire to tell something of what Christian Science has done for me and my family.
For many years I was a great sufferer with chronic inflammation of the eyes.
I have been a subscriber to the Journal over ten years.
Last October I went to a Christian Scientist to be healed of the morphine habit of fifteen years standing.
My little baby had been very sick for two months teething and belief of fever.
If a patient is not healed where is the fault?
all know how a very insignificant object, when held close to the eye, seems capable of hiding much of the outside world, so that the beauty of God's earth may seem to be shut out from us by a disc no larger than a dime.
The statement has recently been published that conversions are comparatively few in the Protestant churches, and are becoming fewer still with each passing year.
I met in India an intelligent Sikh from the Punjab, and asked him about his religion.
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