The Pan-American Exposition would scarcely be worthy of its name did it neglect to illustrate so important a subject as the aboriginal inhabitants of the new world, their customs, institutions, and daily life.
A good florist, who is a Christian Scientist, and will present a written recommendation from a loyal student.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The Wednesday evening testimony or experience meetings, rightly conducted, are a most valuable means of bringing the practical results of Christian Science to public attention.
The large audiences that have recently assembled to hear lectures on Christian Science, tend to emphasize the great work which is being accomplished by this branch of the movement.
Under the above caption we published in the Sentinel of September 27, 1900, an article setting forth the wonderful discovery, by a woman, of a substance called "Radium.
A Christian Science reading room has been opened at 322 North Charles Street under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist.
"Christian Science, the religion of Jesus Christ," was the subject of a very interesting lecture given by Hon.
After the usual opening exercises the First Reader said in part:—
"Let there be Light!" this great commandComes ringing down the years;Thundered by God, and since proclaimedBy prophets, bards, and seers.
About thirteen years ago a lady visitor from Illinois, whom we were entertaining, spoke of being well and of having become so through Christian Science treatment.
My first months in Christian Science were joyous ones, but, of late, I seemed to lose the note of joy.
If you take two pieces of metal, one a polished plane, the other a rough unpolished piece of the same material, and place them in the direct rays of light, coming through a small aperture in a darkened room, you will see, not the polished metal, but an image of the sun reflected from its surface with dazzling brilliancy, while the unpolished metal is plainly visible, with all its angular outline in bold relief.
"Wherefore, if meat make my brother to offend, I will eat no flesh while the world standeth, lest I make my brother to offend.
Two years ago this summer, a lady called for treatment.
I had some dental work to be done, and I dreaded going, as the dentist knew I was a Christian Scientist and I feared I could not overcome the pain.
A concurrence of circumstances having made it necessary for me to be without our text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," for a few days, I am awakened to a renewed sense of what a guide, counsellor, and friend we have in its words.
I have received so much help from Christian Science I want to tell of some of the demonstratons we have had in our family.
It has been three years since Christian Science was brought to my notice.
It is not hard to believe that divine Mind can heal all the ills that flesh is heir to.
I would like to add my testimony to the healing power of Truth.
The Chautauquan prints the following: "Our Puritan ancestors regarded the worthies of Scripture with such reverence that they gave to their children as Christian names Ebenezer, Nebuchadnezzar, Obadiah, Hannah, Abigail, and Mehitabel.
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