The Broadway Theatre, the largest in New York City, on Sunday afternoon, March 3, contained an audience of upwards of twenty-four hundred persons, all deeply interested in a lecture on Christian Science.
The following beautiful description of our Saviour is said to have been found in a manuscript written by Lucius Lenthulus, President of Judæa, to the Roman Senate, and is well worthy of preservation by those who are his followers at the present time:—
Oh, worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness, Wholly apart from sin;Wholly one with the heavenly throng,Conscious of the peaceful song Of angel thoughts within.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
We have pleasure in herewith republishing the able article of Alfred Farlow, C.
The much discussed Bell Bill, presented in the Assembly branch of the New York State legislature, which is said to be aimed at the suppression of Christian Science practice, is still apparently undecided.
The following editorial from the Topeka Daily Capital gives some good reasons why state legislatures should make haste slowly in enacting laws that to hundreds and thousands of intelligent people and good citizens seem unjust and uncalled for:—
The following editorial from The Christian Register, of Boston, Mass.
Under the above heading the Chicago Post of March 8, 1901, publishes a very strong and a very sensible editorial in reference to the bill providing that Christian Scientists shall not receive compensation for their services, from which we extract the following:—
The following letter from a soldier will not only explain itself but prove most interesting to all.
After nearly two years passed in erecting a house of worship, the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, is about to enter into one not often surpassed in religious architecture since the days of classic Greece and Rome.
Infinite Spirit! unceasingly breathingBlessings unmeasured on all, as on me,Thy peace like a river,In tenderness ever,Meets fully the need of the earnest heart's plea,My thought now adoring,Its praise is outpouringIn anthems of love, that I'm ever with Thee.
I Have had some helpful thoughts suggested by the recent total eclipse.
An object—lesson presented itself last winter which gave me a clear illustration that fear is without foundation.
Last spring a morning glory came up near my window I noticed one day that it looked thirsty, so I put some water in a bowl and threw it on the flower.
Be still, oh restless heart, and knowThat God is All—in—all;That from His gracious, outstretched handNo ills nor sorrows fall.
I had a copy of Science and Health given to me some six years ago, but for a long time I scarcely looked in it.
To be grateful for the blessings of Christian Science, is little in return for a healthy body and peaceful thought.
When I first heard of Christian Science the outlook seemed very dark.
When I was a child about ten years of age I had an attack of muscular rheumatism.
For years I suffered with diseases which had been pronounced incurable.
For many years I suffered from inflammatory rheumatism, indigestion, and kidney trouble, and was most of the time in delicate health.
Christian Science, the Religion of Jesus Christ.