Oh gentle guest, 'tis our requestThat while beneath this roof you rest,You will not try with voice and eyeTo scorn the faith we're living by.
The first lecture given under the auspices of Third Church of Christ, Scientist, of Chicago, in their new church edifice, was delivered by Mr.
The annual message of the Rev.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The following letters of love and appreciation were sent to our beloved Leader, the Rev.
We take pleasure in republishing from that old-established and valuable publication, Harper's Weekly, the following merited tribute to Mrs.
If any additional evidence of the unflagging interest in Christian Science were needed, it was forthcoming on Tuesday evening.
The October number of The North American Review contains another article from the pen of Mr.
We occasionally receive inquiries relative to various ways of presenting Christian Science to the public which are extraneous to the regularly established methods.
In the New Church Independent we find the following brotherly reference to Christian Science, its Leader, and one of her hymns.
The Watchman makes this editorial suggestion as to the possible influence which caused Czolgosz to commit the awful crime for which he is to be executed:—
John Ruskin, who believed that every one should have a sense of happiness in his work in life when doing it in the best possible way, says three things are needed to accomplish this result: "They"—men and women—"must be fit for it; they must not do too much of it, and they must have a sense of success in it—not a doubtful sense, such as needs some testimony of other people for its confirmation, but a sure sense, or rather knowledge, that so much work has been done well, and fruitfully done, whatever the world may say or think about it.
The following letter was written by a recent graduate of one of our large technical schools to a classmate, and though it may contain stronger expressions than older Scientists allow themselves, we find it, on the whole, of value.
A word of commendation of the capable and superior service rendered by our Bible Lesson Committee may not be untimely.
"What I say unto you, I say unto all, Watch.
My thought has been very much occupied lately in thinking of that beautiful word—appreciation.
It has been over eight years since my wife and I took up the study of Christian Science, and during this time we have had many proofs that Christian Science is the panacea for all human ills.
It was in the year 1899 that I first heard of Christian Science.
In the fall of 1899, my son, eleven years old, was taken sick.
I desire to express my gratitude through the Sentinel for the wonderful light which has come in my life through the teaching of Christian Science, by telling of two demonstrations which may help some seeker for the Truth.
Perhaps we have all felt the opposition to Christian Science of those representing materia medica.
In the first instance we believe what we have been taught.
Christian Science, the Religion of Jesus Christ.