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Seek not the same steps with the crowd; stick thouTo thy sure trot; a constant, humble mindIs both his own joy, and his Maker's too;Let folly dust it on, or lag behind.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
In our last issue we made mention of the remarkable demonstration at Kansas City on the occasion of Mr.
The workers at headquarters cannot be your Conscience.
Ralph Waldo Emerson delivered the address to the graduating class of the Harvard Divinity School, June 15, 1838, in which he is said to have made an explicit statement of his faith, for the first time.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, have moved from the Review Building, where they have been seven years, to the Powers Building where they had their first meeting Wednesday, September 12.
A large and representative audience filled the Independent Congregational Church, Sunday afternoon.
Where mercy reigns with grace divineAnd justice rules with square and line,Then query not, but do thy part,And seek, and find it, in thy heart.
One bright, sunny Sabbath morning, while far away on a summer vacation, two Christian Scientists were walking down the country road on their way to meet with one or more fellow-Scientists, for the purpose of holding the regular Sunday morning service.
From behind an intervening hill sweeps into view the broad river; its bosom sparkling in the sunlight; its vivifying mission shown in fringing grass and flowers, and spreading oaks and towering chestnut trees which give an added beauty to the stream in return for its cool waters, while drooping willow branches with loving fingers caress its wavelets.
In the change of motive power from cable to electricity or.
I feel I must not longer lag in my duty to our Journal and Sentinel, for surely I have received many blessings through their columns.
It is no more than my duty to tell of a few of the blessings I have received since taking up the study of Christian Science.
A few days since I had a demonstration which may be a help to others.
After having had recourse to what are termed the best medical methods, and long-continued treatment, from the medical fraternity, the finale was reached, and their diagnosis concluded with the decision which strikes terror to every one, that a surgical operation, with all that term implies, was the only thing that could give me a single chance to live.
I received a letter from a lady whom I had never seen.
In an article on "Faith" in the.
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