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The Fifty-sixth Congress assembled at 12 o'clock noon, December 4.
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The President's Message

President McKinley's message to Congress was read on Tuesday, December 5.
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The Lectures

Under the auspices of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, at Grinnell, la.
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Among the Churches

The Christian Scientists held a largely attended meeting on McLeod Street, Sunday, November 26.
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Miss Lizzie A.
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Some days ago, the Press-Knickerbocker-Express published the following :—
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The term wireless telegraphy is a misnomer, for without wires the method would not be possible.
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The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
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The Bible

Three hundred Harvard students are said to have recently listened for an hour with eager attention, as a professor read, without comment, portions of the English Bible.
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In the distribution of the literature of the Christian Science Publishing Society, individual Scientists have done an immense work.
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As announced in a paster attached to last week's Sentinel, the session of the Board of Education is postponed from January until June next.
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Grand Rapids, Mich.
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Pleasant View, the home of Rev.
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I have intended for a long time to express thanks for an article which appeared in the Sentinel last spring, entitled, "A Plea for the Birds," by Mr.
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"Divine Love always has met, and always will meet, every human need," was demonstrated to-day in the Nebraska State Prison.
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The Error of Worrying

Who can lift his eyes skyward, on a clear calm night, and see the myriads of planets, and stars quietly moving along their celestial orbits, and remember that for countless ages this beautiful order and harmony has existed, and entertain a doubt of the power, wisdom, and omnipresence of God who extablished and perpetuates the harmonious movement of these countless millions?
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God Changes Not

In our ceaseless longing to gain a higher understanding of God and live better lives, we war in thought with our surroundings, and keep pulling the cords of error closer and closer by ever recurring to the hope that to-morrow, next week, or perhaps the coming year we shall be in a changed position where we can make greater demonstrations or see more clearly the Light.
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After Judge Ewing's lecture of November 6, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Lansing, Mich.
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It is safe to say that in all the churches of this city there was never a more earnest, enthusiastic, and reverential service than that held last night in the Christian Science Church, at No.
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A Thanksgiving service was held by the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Lyceum Parlors, last night at its regular week-day meeting.
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The regular mid-week meeting at Christian Science Hall Thanksgiving eve was full genuine thanksgiving.
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The Work of Mrs. Eddy

In reply to the statement of John J.
Testimony of Healing
There has been so much said lately about the price of Science and Health that I would like to relate a few cases where the book brought health, happiness, and prosperity.
Testimony of Healing

Help for the Aged

On my arrival home last year from Boston, where I had been to attend the Communion service, I was called to treat a lady whom the physicians had given up.
Testimony of Healing

Typhoid Fever and Other Ills

Last March I was very ill with a complication of diseases which the doctors called typhoid fever, inflammation of the bowels, and measles.
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From the Religious Press

The Christian religion may be regarded as a simple machinery for securing the full power of the human affections as a social force.
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In Oklahoma they do not build towns as they do in other parts of the world.
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Two supplements to the Christian Science Sentinel have been issued.

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