The City Hall auditorium last night.
The annual message of the Rev.
In an ancient cathedral of Lubeck, Germany, may be seen an old slab with the following inscription:—
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
In The Christian Science Journal for September, 1901, under the head of "Testimonies from the Field," we published, as the first testimony, the case of Mrs.
The Daily Patriot of Concord, N.
A young Jew, giving different Jewish names, has been for some months calling upon Christian Scientists in the northwest, obtaining money under false pretences.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Ithaca, N.
It was only a song that she cheerily sang,But a list'ning heart echoed the lay.
The definition of religion as the "conformity in faith and life to the precepts inculcated in the Bible, respecting the conduct of life and duty toward God and man".
The good received, while working in shady paths, being called aside from the usual busy hours, urges me to send a word of grateful acknowledgment for the summer's holiday lesson.
Since reading the article "God is All-in-all" in the Journal for June, 1901, and particularly these lines, "Where I was once absorbent and found my satisfactions in being ministered unto, I have become radiant," I have felt that I, too, must become radiant, and give to our publications a few at least of the beautiful experiences that have come into my life through Christian Science.
Lately, when reading articles in the Sentinel which refer to the wisdom of our Leader in establishing the reading rooms, and the comfort they are to those at home, I have felt I should like to tell you something of what they were to a "stranger in a strange land," for that is what I felt like on reaching London.
It is said, somewhere, at twilight,A great bell softly swings,And one may listen and harken,To the beautiful music that rings.
The healing of my baby brought me into Christian Science.
I have often thought I would try to express my gratitude for the Journal and Sentinel, and also for the Bible Lessons.
In the year 1897 Christian Science came to our notice.
I desire to give to the readers of the Sentinel my experience and healing in Christian Science, which seemed so beautiful and miraculous at the time, but I find it is the work of God's unfailing love, and not a miracle.
When I was four years old I was frightened by a horse running toward me.
When I came into Christian Science I was an invalid.
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