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THE Christian Science Publishing Society are desirous of obtaining copies of the following issues of the Christian Science Sentinel:—
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
THE following letter from our Leader, to the First Reader of one of our churches, we have gained permission to give to our readers that all may share its blessing.
To those unfamiliar with the healing system known as Christian Science, there may seem to be a lack of wisdom ir.
Circumstances make it necessary again to request our co-workers throughout the Field to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—
We have heretofore said upon the above subject that Christian Scientists have done all they properly can do in the way of advertising when they unobtrusively make known the fact that they hold themselves in readiness to respond to calls for healing sickness or otherwise aiding those who need and desire such services as come within their province and line of duty, and that the pushing methods which too much obtain in the business world have no legitimate place in Christian Science.
Will the proper authorities of the branch churches please send to Alfred Farlow, C.
"But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory".
THE following story was told in a Christian Science meeting in a northern city.
There is an old legend that runs in this wise: At creation's dawn an angel came down to earth and before returning looked about for something to carry back to heaven.
Oh, give me that seat in the corner,The lowliest, humblest chair:For the blind, the lame, deaf, and weary,Are sure to be lingering there;The hungry, the thirsty, and dying,Will be seeking a kind, helping hand:I will choose that low place in the corner,Where none but the Christian would stand.
A year ago, I was invited to attend the Christian Science Church.
THE first and great commandment includes all the others: "Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
I want to give a few reasons why I am a Christian Scientist.
There have been a number of articles in the Sentinel on obedience, all of them very helpful, and still the meanings unfold until "obedience" seems the most important word in our vocabulary.
Five years ago this beautiful Christmas day, I received the first treatment from a Christian Scientist who was a student of our dear Mother, Rev.
I was in poor health for eight years, and grew worse all the time, until at last I went to a hospital in Montreal and submitted to an operation.
One day about four years ago a friend said, "If you want to be perfectly well, try Christian Science, for I have just been healed by it.
I would like to add my mite in praise to our faithful ones at the front.
The Watchman of December 14, 1899, has this to say of M.
Out at The Hermitage, the home of the late A.
Two supplements to the Christian Science Sentinel have been issued.