Give thanks to Thee, O Lord of Hosts! Give thanks in rapturous song! Thy love surrounds and blesses us, Thy mercies round us throng!
Judas always was, always will be, so long as mortal mind is allowed to be an autocrat.
Free Public Library, Montclair, New Jersey.
The church of the future will be a people's church.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The Churches of Christ, Scientist, are hereby lovingly requested to address all articles they send for publication in our periodicals to the editor, Judge Hanna, and to mail them directly to his office, 95 Falmouth Street, Boston, Mass.
The methods of Christian Science, from the inauguration of its literature, have been unique.
In response to a request not long since sent out for photographs of the branch church buildings, several fine pictures were sent in.
The thirteenth edition, containing the names of all the members of the Mother Church, including those admitted November 7 last, is now ready.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Kansas City, Mo.
In search of health man has sought out many material inventions.
A young lady testified as follows: "Soon after I graduated at the High School I became afflicted with spinal trouble.
A young man testified that during severe illness, the doctors prescribed morphine to allay suffering, taking this every one and one-half hours, but the suffering was not relieved by this method.
The superiority of Christian Science healing over materia medica can be seen in the following experience.
A gentleman spoke of two instances.
In the preface to "Miscellaneous Writings" by Mary Baker G.
THOUGH the difficulties throng, And the struggle may be long, And the power of evil strong, Hope on.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE has healed me of many ailments — colds, coughs, rheumatism, ear-ache, tooth-ache, heart-ache, grip, deafness, the effects of the grip, and other ills too numerous to mention.
When about twelve years old I became a member of the Congregational Church, which I had attended from my earliest recollections.
When I first began the study of Christian Science, I thought I could stand up and face the whole world in my new-found convictions, I felt so happy and "lifted up;" but after more study, and the arguments of opposing friends, a great many doubts and fears arose, and I asked myself again and again, How do I knew that Christian Science is right?
Thirty-two years ago I was converted to Christianity in the regular orthodox fashion.
No one who has had any experience can now deny that radical healing is accomplished through Christian Science; so the next question that comes to the doubting Thomas is this: "How can you tell whether the theory of Christian Science is correct?
O, may I see It rests with me To gain, And then maintain, My rightful part In "the great heart Of Love!"
I have been a student of that wonderful book, Science and Health, for the last six years, and have seen the power of Truth over error in many ways both in my own family and for others.
On the 12th day of October, 1886, after a life of sixty years in error and doubt, my physician, after a consultation with another doctor, said, "Mr.
Early in January, 1896, I was badly afflicted with chronic nervous dyspepsia, and palpitation of the heart.
Two years ago some boys were badly burned by an explosion of powder.
Last August I was attacked with a sore throat.
I had been under the care of all the different schools of medicine, and had taken patent medicines, but found only a little temporary relief.
Church advertising is well worthy of the attention of every minister and Board of Trustees.
There is a great deal of sentiment about Grover Cleaveland, which inherited from mother, and a religious vein, which comes from his father.
Two supplements to the Christian Science Sentinel have been issued.