By all odds the best piece of macadam road bed in the city of Concord is that new piece constructed last summer from Fruit Street west, past Pleasant View, on the Hopkinton road.
The May number of the Granite Monthly contains an excellent article, by Henrietta H.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does! not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
While there was no formal or public announcement of the fact, it was an open secret among the visiting Scientists during their recent gatherings in Boston, that the beautiful and spacious grounds of the Rev.
In the multiplicity of our labors we have thus far omitted to mention one of the pleasant events in connection with the recent annual gathering in Boston.
We observe that a little story is going the rounds of the newspapers to the effect that I brought the testimony meeting held in Tremont Temple, Boston, June 6, to a sudden close because one of the speakers spoke of the healing of a person who had been pronounced dead by the physicians in attendance.
The Granite Monthly, published at Concord, N.
We have the pleasure to announce that the annual message of the Rev.
Supplement to the Sentinel.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Rochester, N.
The following extract from a recent letter from a missionary worker in Harpoot, Turkey, may be of interest to the Field, so I send it.
If for Good we fain would labor,Striving well to do our part,We must pluck the weeds of envyFrom the garden of our heart.
Being a child of a Methodist minister and a Methodist mother, one brother a Methodist Evangelist, four others and two sisters, pillars in the Methodist Church, and having borne the stigma of being the "black sheep" of the family on account of never having professed religion, I tried conscientiously to embrace orthodoxy, but failing to find satisfaction, I turned to Spiritualism.
Some convictions which have come into my life with the entrance of Christian Science are the following:—
It may interest our friends to know the candid opinion of an honest seeker for Good.
Dear Sentinel:—The days slip by and I find I have not done what I assured myself I would do on my return from Boston: that is, just to send a word on paper, no matter how inadequate it might be, to express my sincere thanks to all who worked for our last Communion service.
I want to express my gratitude for the privilege of reading the printed lectures as they are given to us from time to time through the press.
In the fall of 1899 I gave birth to a baby girl.
Nearly seven years ago, I became interested in Christian Science.
I had no intention of accepting Christian Science when I went to a healer last July for treatment, but I had heard of the cures wrought by it, and I wanted to be healed, no matter by what means it was done.
I was attracted to Christian Science about four years ago, on account of its religious phase, but have since had the most practical proofs of its healing efficacy.
The Congregationalist publishes the following prayer of Jeremy Taylor: "O Almighty God, give to thy servant a meek and gentle spirit that I may be slow to anger, and easy to mercy and forgiveness.
We request our co-workers throughout the Field carefully to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—