begin so early to " train up a child in the way " of worldly wisdom ; to forewarn him of danger ; to talk to him of sorrow, sickness and death ; to fill his thought with that wisdom by which the world knoweth not God, that we, in large degree hide the child nature and almost lose sight of the simplicity and unworldliness which always behold the face of the Father.
the Editor of The Mercury : In an article published in your issue of March 1, it says that Louise M.
following, under the above title, is from the pen of the Hon.
is not the ambition of the Leader of the Christian Science movement to build up a powerful denomination of her own and pull down other denominations.
who fall into the practice of dosing themselves with drugs, do not realize how thoroughly they have become victimized by the fear of disease.
a Christian one whose great aim in life is to save his own soul ?
the African chief Sicomi sat one day ill in Dr.
time is here for us to begin to clean up for the number of visitors we expect this summer.
It is almost three years since I first heard of Christian Science.
a year and a half ago while suffering from appendicitis and being under the care of two M.
The event of the past week, which has interested Christians of all denominations in Winnepeg, Portage la Prairie, Brandon, and other centres, and indeed it may be said throughout Manitoba and the Northwest generally, has been the arrival from the Caucasus, south-eastern Russia, of the Doukhobors, spirit-wrestlers, or Russian Quakers, as they are variously called.
Presbyterian prints a war anecdote of an unconventional sort.
appendicitis the other day," said a St.
editor of the Providence, R.
of the testimonies in the Journal seem to be from those who have come into the Light at once on taking up Christian Science.
of the prosecution of Christian Scientists from time to time by those who call upon the courts to fasten some grave charge or criminal act on them, one is reminded of Balak, king of Moab,.
Methodist minister here has recently preached four times against Christian Science, calling Mrs.
a Fourth of July dinner in Shanghai, the English consul toasted the British flag.
a tombstone in a churchyard in England.
his recent order prohibiting the sale of beer and liquor on the ships of the United States Navy, Secretary Long says that it was instituted mainly for the protection of the apprentice boys, on whose morals he considered that it exercised a bad influence.
did not cease with the ascension of the Master, nor with the passing of the apostles, but all down the centuries, through the history of his people, the loving Saviour has been ever present, with his infinite love and wonderful power, to heal the sick, to bind up the broken-hearted, to lift the burden from the weary soul, and to bring light and joy and salvation to the darkened, sad, and sin-stricken, human heart.
The Christian Science writings of the Rev.
my testimony appeared in the Sentinel I have received many letters both for and against this glorious Truth that is more to me than my meat and drink.
Looking over the past year of my life, the change is surprising.
In the year 1891 I became afflicted with a malady that caused me to be a great sufferer for seven and one half years.
For three years I fortified myself against the action of Truth.
I wish to thank our beloved Leader through the Sentinel for the motto engraved on the souvenir spoon.
We were much gratified by an incident which occurred in our office recently.
About three years ago I first heard of Christian Science.
at a lady's home not long ago, and she asked me to read "What our Leader Says," which appeared in the Christian Science Sentinel of February 9th.
With pleasure we announce that William N.