Remittances should be made by post-office money order, express money order, or exchange on Boston or New York.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
Mortal man is painfully aware of the limitations which beset him on every hand, yet he has pictured to himself that state of freedom wherein the days of his existence will move in ever-widening circles until he knows no bounds but infinity.
Once more through these columns, which herald glad tidings from field to field, the Christian Scientists in Evanston desire to refer to their new church building.
When Abraham Lincoln was a small boy he had very few books.
Naturalists say that, when examined minutely with a microscope, it will be found that no creature or object in nature is positively ugly, that there is a certain harmony or symmetry of parts that renders the whole agreeable rather than the reverse.
He does not say,As day by dayPasseth without result,There is no bud in bush,There is no rose in bud;Rather, his faith prevailsAnd he applies himselfTo do his part,Which, if well done,He knows will bringIn time, the rose;Though how it grows,Or where such beautyFound reposeBefore unfolding unto him, He cannot say —Unless he knoweth God.
Throughout the ages philosopher and poet have searched for Truth, the Real, and only as they have touched the Principle of Being has Truth been revealed.
If we could but realize what this divine command means for us, we should surely hasten to obey it.
We are accustomed to refer to Science and Health as not only the Christian Science text-book, but the book covering all there is to be said on the subject.
A little over a year ago I had an experience which I shall never forget.
Once I was asked if I would trust to Christian Science if my boy had scarlet fever.
While my entrance into the understanding of Christian Science was not through physical healing, I yet belonged to that large class who suffer from the many ills to which mortal flesh is heir, and to whom the changes of weather and the succession of the seasons bring, with dreary regularity, a train of ailments, fears, and miseries.
One evening my husband, little daughter, and myself were riding in a street car.
I was an invalid for more than six years.
"What if we Believe in God?
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