October 9, 1900, was a happy day for the little band of Christian Scientists of Rodney and vicinity, for Judge William G.
Of our political revolution of 1776 we are all justly proud.
A day will come when the only battle-field will be the market open to commerce, and the mind opening to new ideas.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
THE presidential election is over.
All who are interested in Christian Science and the great work it is accomplishing for sinful and suffering humanity, should be subscribers to the Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel, which are the official organs of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
Almost on the very top of Craig Mountain, Idaho, twenty-two miles from a railroad, river, town, or city, lies the lovely little Lake Waha, an ideal resting-place, where the citizens, old settlers, since the sixtys have made a refuge from the sweltering heat of the valleys, Lewiston, Lapwai, and other towns.
Dear Editor:—I want to but on paper my appreciation of the high standard which our publications have attained, and to thank the editors and the able contributors for the rare excellence of the Journal and Sentinel.
AH, years ago!—no matter where,Beneath what roof or sky,I dreamed of days, perhaps remote,Where ships of mine that were afloat,Should in the harbor lie;And all the costly freights they boreEnrich me both in mind and store.
IN the seventeenth chapter of St.
I AM one of the thousands who anxiously await the weekly appearance of the Sentinel, for from its pages I always secure that assistance which brings clearer the the realization of the absolute nearness of the kingdom of heaven.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE in our own home and Christian Science in a summer boarding house seemed at first to be very different, but now that we are at home once more and can look back at the many conversations on the subject, we are thankful that we have had the chance to do the Master's work, and to let in the blessed light of Christian Science where all seemed darkness.
It has been in my thought for some time to testify to the benefits I have received through the Truth as revealed in Christian Science.
So many quick demonstrations are given in the Journal and Sentinel that I think sometimes it is discouraging to those who seem to gain slowly under Christian Science treatment.
When I realize the comfort and blessing the testimonies in the Journal and Sentinel, of those who have been healed or otherwise benefited in Christian Science, have brought to me I feel that it is but just that I should bring my tithe into the storehouse.
A lady whose husband was the victim of paralysis, overheard a remark about what Christian Science had done for some one.
In the fall of 1898 we applied for treatment to a healer in Boston, and as we lived lived in Colorado the treatment had to be absent.
Last December my little boy, two and a half years old, fell from a flower stand, and was seriously hurt.
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