The following account of the progress of Christian Science in the City of Mexico, is taken from a letter written by Edward C.
Looking at life from a mortal, material standpoint what a sad scene presents itself! The daily record of events presents the medley of life and death, day after day, in varied tales of crime, disaster, sorrow, suffering, as the panorama—the dream of the false sense of life—moves on.
Editor News-Press:—So much has been said of Christian Science of late that I take this method of saying a word in its favor.
Just outside of the city of Geneva, in Switzerland, there are two rivers which come together at an acute angle; the one to the left is muddy and turbid, while that to the right is as clear as crystal; you can look down through its liquid depths, clearly distinguishing that which lies at the bottom of the river.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
We think it well, thus early in the new year, to republish the remarks, under the above title, which appeared in the Sentinel of February 23, and the Journal for March, 1899.
We have recently spoken of the satisfaction afforded us by the generous manner in which our co-workers of the Field have supported our publications, in the way of writing articles and testimonials.
Word comes to us from Michigan that a man claiming to be a Christian Scientist is traveling about the country and, upon the strength of plausible stories, getting money from Christian Scientists.
In the article entitled "Unique Gift from Germany," appearing in a recent issue of the Concord Monitor, and republished in the Sentinel of January 4, the following statement occurred :—
I was a practising physician for about thirty years.
Christian Science reveals the fact that nearly all men are egotists; that is, the world, society, business, God.
With magical skill Christian Science takes up the chain of events and re-links the distant past with the present.
In the editorial column of the Sentinel of December 7, under the title, "Honest Objections," we read an able argument on the price of our text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," as compared with the price of other text-books, college books, law books, medical books, etc.
A gentleman while passing a building in the process of construction, noticed a workman trying to break a large stone with a sledge-hammer.
God's New Year! All God gives is good, then we have nothing to fear for the new year, for we know that "all things work together for good to them that love God.
A lesson that we all need to learn is to grasp opportunities the instant they appear.
Two years ago I was in the depths of misery and woe, both mental and physical.
I first heard of Christian Science about eight years ago while living on a homestead in Nebraska, and to enumerate the blessings my family and I have received in those eight years would fill volumes.
It is my privilege and pleasure to relate a wonderful case of healing in Troy, N.
For more than twenty-five years I was an invalid, not able to walk or sit up.
Ten years ago I fell from a step-ladder causing such injury that I was never free from pain, although I immediately consulted one of our best physicians, and went every day for treatment.
About a year and a half ago my little son Eugene.
About nine years ago I had a very severe disease which my physician pronounced appendicitis.
I was led into this marvelous light, seeing the allness of Good and the nothingness of error, through the healing of our little son.
On Christmas day we were invited out, not returning until late that night.
Once upon a time there was a wise queen who reigned over a country so beautiful that she ought to have been perfectly happy.
A copyright case was decided last summer in the London courts, which establishes the question of who it is that really holds the right to publish either the old "authorized" or the new revised version of the New Testament.
Two supplements to the Christian Science Sentinel have been issued.