The annual lecture for 1900 under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Concord, was delivered last evening.
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The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
Christmas-tide is again with us.
We take pleasure in republishing from the Arena for November, 1900, the following editorial remarks, under the above heading, by Mr.
The dedication of the new church of First Church of Christ, Scientist, at Ogden, Sunday.
It helps amazingly in the maintenance of one's own right conduct to resolve to better every life he influences.
Flushed with glory comes the dawnAcross the soft grey sky,With roseate garments trailing wideOn soft wings sweeping by;Boldly sweet she bears to earthFrom heaven's gentle fold.
Nearly five years ago little Harold R.
As I am one of the many men who are trying to shape their affairs by Christian Science, to be guided by its teachings, I believe it my duty to give my experience in coming in personal contact with merchants, lawyers, bankers, manufacturers, railroad men, salesmen, bookkeepers, policemen, conductors, firemen, or day laborers.
Those who, because of increased wisdom and understanding, can "discern the signs of the times," see the manifestation of divine Love on every hand in the trend and transformation of human affairs.
As the congregation rose from communion at the service held in Cambridge, Mass.
For about a year and a half before May 21, 1898, I had been doctoring with a prominent physician in Concord, N.
I desire to tell of a small demonstration we had this past summer.
I am a traveling man, and have been on the road for twelve years.
Fourteen years ago I had an attack of inflammatory rheumatism.
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