This is the same old conundrum that has bothered many people in this country for the past thirty years, and has not yet been solved to their satisfaction, else they would not be under the necessity of discussing it so frequently.
To the Editor of the Express:
This morning we publish in full the address delivered by Judge Ewing of Chicago, on Christian Science, and it is well worth perusal for several reasons.
Life's most essential friend, I drink to theeAnd thy advancement in this o'er-frail world,Thy laws thou dost not veil in mystery;'Tis we, ourselves.
This is the title of a well-executed etching from an original drawing by Rufus H.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
This year, according to the accepted computation, Easter Sunday occurs on the fifteenth of this month, and it will be so observed.
We have received from Mr.
At the Columbia yesterday afternoon.
The Second Church of Christ, Scientist, of this city, has bought the site for a church building on the southwest corner of Prospect Avenue and Keene Street, and the deed was placed on record to-day.
O Easter day! Glad Easter day!I come to thee my vows to pay.
Spiritual culture is the outflow of the industrious practice and demonstration of the Principle and rules of Christian Science.
The door of Christian Science opened to me from the waiting room of Unitarianism, and from the broad platform of Universalism I entered the train of thought which has borne me in safety and delight, while at times seeming to pass over rugged wastes and barren fields, yet with increasing strength and health, through green pastures and beside the still waters, into the realm of Life and peace.
After once understanding a principle of any kind we generally realize that to get the best results we must apply it consistently, whether it agrees with our preconceived ideas or our present inclinations and desires or not.
The article, entitled "A Lesson from the Birds" by Alta Gretton, in the Sentinel of January 18, brought to my mind an incident which occurred a short time prior to reading this excellent article.
Last spring on the north side of our house the ice-bound earth was like a rock.
When he whose sinless spirit hasFor centuries been our guide and way,Compassed by stern and cruel foes,Was being forced up the dread hillOf suffering and shameful death,Weary and fainting 'neath the burdenOf the heavy cross on which he was to yieldIn agony, his stainless life,—'Tis said, that in his stepsThere bloomed a sudden wonder:—A snowy flower, that mortal eyeTill then, had never seen.
I desire to tell of some of the blessings that have come to me through Christian Science.
I had been sick for some time and doctors had told my husband they could do nothing more for me.
Seven years ago I was suffering with a complication of diseased beliefs, three of which eminent physicians pronounced incurable.
I am thankful every day of my life for the Truth and help found in Christian Science.
My husband and I became interested at the same time, for which I am very grateful.
My little son Arthur and daughter Dorothy have always enjoyed reading in the Sentinel of the demonstrations which have been made by the little ones.
There was a most beautiful rendering or reading of the text on the first page of the Sentinel, by a boy about eight years of age living with a family of Christian Scientists near here: "What I say unto you, I say unto all, Watch.
The same voice that spoke the universe into being spake also the promises.
A press dispatch from Cincinnati says tha an address to the people of the United States advocating a national religious jubilee, preceded by a year of prayer, is being sent out, and that it is signed by Rev.
The April Journal devotes two pages to a list of publications all of which are suitable for distribution among those whom it is desirable to inform regarding Christian Science.