The Annual Communion Service will be held in the Mother Church on July 7.
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 poem was written by the Rev.
We desire to correct an error which inadvertently appeared in the following statement by Mrs.
We are glad of the privilege of publishing the following endorsement of the above entitled work by the Rev.
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The significance of our Lord's injunction is to be determined largely by our understanding of its concluding phrase, and the inference is more than suggested that we have not been in the habit of regarding our neighbor's interests in the same way that we have our own.
Wednesday, May 22, witnessed the laying of the cornerstone of the new temple of worship of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Los Angeles.
I am an earnest student of Christian Science and an interested reader of the Journal and Sentinel, for which, by the way, I am under obligations to dear friends, who, by their practical application of the teachings of Christian Science, and their demonstration thereof, have compelled, in the mind of a former scoffing unbeliever, the conviction that Science contains an element which is generously conducive to that peace which passeth understanding, to harmony, love, happiness, and success; an element which seems to be rather conspicuously absent from man-made doctrines.
Into the life-problem of every Christian Scientist, there comes, sooner or later, the question as to what true responsibility includes.
"But how can one help being envious?
Science tells us that man wants a great deal, he wants it now, and wants it through eternity.
One morning, while doing some work which I considered drudgery, I found relief from pain and weariness in this thought, "Whatever it is your duty to do, can be done without harm to yourself".
Eternal God of Life and Truth and Love,I thank Thee who hath to my soul conveyedA consciousness of spiritual birth.
My husband and I took up the study of Christian Science about two years ago.
In the truth of Christian Science I am a new creature.
For a long time I have felt that I must in some way express my great debt of gratitude for Christian Science.
It has been some ten or eleven years since Christian Science was brought to my notice, my mother having been healed of a dreadful cough and rheumatism.
I have been thinking lately that it was time I should write to the Sentinel to tell something of the gratitude I feel for all that Christian Science has done for me.
I have been interested in Christian Science since last October.
An earnest religious worker, not of our faith, said to me the other day, "We do not believe in taking from or adding to, the Word.
The followign are some extracts from a sermon by the Rev.
We request our co-workers throughout the Field carefully to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—