"FAITH in God must show itself in conduct in God's service.
AT the close of the regular Wednesday evening testimonial service in Christian Science Hall last evening steps were taken to perfect the formal organization of a church society, articles for which incorporation had been filed with the secretary of state on Monday.
SOME twelve years ago, the editor of a farm paper was visiting a little city where a class in Christian Science had just been taught.
THE following letter was recently written by a healer to his teacher:—
FOR some months it has been borne in upon me that I ought to make a confession.
WITH this quotation from Tennyson, Rev.
I FEEL it my duty to thank God for the blessings He has bestowed upon me by restoring me to my home and family.
PHYSICAL healing, though wrought in the name of God, would be a trifling benefit, if unaccompanied by a fundamental change of character.
Chicago, January 31, 1899.
THE Sentinel of February 9, gave an extract from the address of Mr.
WHAT shall we eat and drink?
ENGLISH is written more than any other language.
No overcoat yet this winter, and he rides day in and day out, and of nights, too, on the platform of a local cable car! What do the ulster-loaded shiverers think of that?
ARCHITECTS commenced work this morning on the plans and estimates for the new $100,000 edifice which the Third Church of Christ, Scientist, is to build at Washington Boulevard and Leavitt Street, and the construction of it is to begin as soon as the frost is out of the ground.
for his text the words, "Not by might nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of Hosts," Dr.
THE First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Scranton, cordially invites the excellent clergymen and religious workers of our city to unite their Christian Endeavors with ours, and to labor with our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, for the uplifting, nay, the redemption of all men, on the following basis of Christian Science:—
Why is it that the Christian Science text-book is sold at a fabulous price, even the cheap edition, while bibles are sold at all prices?
Ten years ago last May I had a very severe attack of measles, followed by malarial fever.
I was rescued on the eve of going on the operating table, with little hope of coming off it alive.
Our little band recently passed through a week of steady persecution from a visiting lecturer, and our Wednesday experience meeting of that week was one of the best we have had.
I am sixty-four years old.
Sunday morning, January 12, 1899, the first service of the Roxbury Church of Christ, Scientist, was held in Fauntleroy Hall, Roxbury, Mass.
I have received my beautiful souvenir spoon.
Upon the recommendation of a Christian Scientist known to the Publishing Society, the Sentinel and the Journal will be sent free for one year to any Public Library having a Reading Room.