Editors Evening Democrat:—
A prisoner condemned to solitary confinement obtained a copy of the Bible, and, by three years' careful study obtained the following facts:—
A woman, who had raised with careSweet peas, so lovely, large, and rare,Into a bottle the succeeding fall,Put by for next year's planting, allThat ripened well.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
To the donors of the certificate of one thousand shares in stock of Acme Smelting and Refining Co.
Man is possessed of an inherent desire to know the Truth.
The Christian Scientists of this town who have been holding meetings and services here for about six years, the past few months as a Society, in the Town Hall, have now organized as First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Winchester, Massachusetts, having been duly incorporated under a state charter.
Despite the fearfully inclement weather quite an appreciative audience gathered at the Grand Opera House last night.
Could we but draw back the curtainsThat surround each other's lives,See the naked heart and spirit,Know what spur the action gives,—Often we would find it better,Purer than we judge we would;We would love each other better,If we only understood.
"Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh," and my heart should be very full of thanksgiving for this blessed Truth as revealed to us in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
If there is any one thing more than another that we, as professed believers of Christian Science, need to look at often, it is the question of deception.
An article in the Sentinel of May 10, in regard to the overcoming of resentment through the power of Love, reminded me that I should acknowledge a similar demonstration.
The following letter was written by a prominent Episcopal minister to a friend who had sent him Christian Science literature.
At my mother's urgent request, the following account of her healing is lovingly submitted.
I have long wished to give expression to the deep gratitude of my heart for what Christian Science has done for me.
During one and a half years just preceding my acceptance of Christian Science my wife and I lived in the home of a Christian Science practitioner.
I was raised to believe in the Bible.
One day while visiting with a sister at her home in Chicago a man came to the door.
Bishop Paret's address before the Episcopalian Convention regarding the religious instruction of children is given an important place in the Church Standard.
We request our co-workers throughout the Field carefully to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—