A beautiful little incident is told concerning Jenny Lind and Grisi when they were rivals for popular favor in London.
A tribute to the Bible comes indirectly from the interest which is shown in copies that are rare, or that have had peculiar associations.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The By-laws relating to the Board of Lectureship have been amended by striking out of section 1, Article XXXIV.
Under the above heading appeared the following editorial in a recent issue of the Times-Herald of Chicago:—
We take pleasure in announcing rate of fare and one third from points in Eastern Committee and Trans-Missouri territories of the Western Passenger Association.
Some thirteen years ago, through cases of healing, the seed of Truth, as revealed through the teachings of Christian Science, was sown in Dallas.
We have received the following, which will be found of interest to every reader of the Observer:—
If there be some weaker one,Give me strength to help him on;If a blinder soul there be,Let me guide him nearer Thee.
I wish to give my testimony to some of the dear ones who may be wrestling with the dread disease, limitation.
Many people say that our text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" is mystic, abstruse, hard to understand, contradictory, conflicting, ambiguous, needlessly perplexing, and involved.
Salt Lake City, May 7, 1900.
Dear Sentinel:— Enclosed is a little poem which was handed to me last week by the mother of one of our Sunday School children, and considering that the little fellow who wrote it is only eleven years old, it seemed to me very good.
Five years ago last February I weighed one hundred and twenty-four pounds and could not turn over in bed when I had lain down.
Christian Science was first brought to my notice some sixteen years ago.
I am very thankful that I was placed where I could learn of this blessed Truth.
I desire to tell of a demonstration I had several years ago, over a broken ankle.
I am a little girl eleven years old, and I am glad to be in Science.
In a preface to an English edition of "Theologia Germanica," published in 1854, Charles Kingsley said: "In many obscure passages of this book words are used, both by the Author and by the translator, in their strict, original, and scientific meaning, as they are used in the Creeds, and not in the meaning which has of late crept into our very pulpits, under the influence of Locke's philosophy.
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:—