It is conceded that if America could produce all her sugar, it would be her greatest step toward complete commercial independence of the rest of the world.
To the Editor of The State Journal.
On and after January 10, 1902, the price of the Church Manual will be as follows: One copy.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
Beloved Students:—For your manifold Christmas memorials, too numerous to name, I group you in one benison and send you my Christmas gift, two words enwrapped,—love and thanks.
WE have entered upon the second year of the Twentieth century.
THE first Christmas of the Twentieth Century was notable for its general observance throughout Christendom.
A STORY has gone the rounds of the newspapers to the effect that Mrs.
THE following items relating to the number of branch churches are published for the information of the Field.
A large audience filled the edifice of First Church of Christ, Scientist, at 143 West 48th Street, on December 10, to hear a lecture on "Christian Science, Physician and Redeemer," by Hon.
I would like to write to the Sentinel in regard to the growth of our church, thinking it may help some other small, struggling church.
AMID the turmoil and the strifeOf all we deem this mortal life,Take time to send a loving thoughtTo one whose hours with pain are fraught,Whose days are full of weariness,And nights of lonely restlessness,And it will soothe the weary breastAnd to the restless heart bring rest,And it will grow, and travel onTo bless some other weary one,And in thine hour of deep distressIt will return to cheer and bless,So beautiful and tender grownThou'lt scarce recall it as thine own;But think an angel visitantFrom out the gracious heavens sentTo bear a healing balm to thee,Such is Love's helpful ministry.
THE "Lesson from the Life of Stephen" in the Sentinel of November 21 is so beautiful and practical, and one so much needed, that the desire to express gratitude for it will doubtless arise in many hearts.
WE find these words in the spiritual interpretation of the Lord's Prayer as given in our text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker G.
Before taking up the study of Christian Science, it was my conviction that all sickness, affliction, sorrow, accidents, and, in brief, all the ills that flesh is heir to, were the direct will of God, and were sent by Him as a punishment for sins that sometimes one did not know had been committed.
THE following testimonial as to the value of good thoughts will be read with interest and profit:—
I imagine that our friends in Truth have but little conception of the extent of the work being done in this territory, as there is so little news being sent to our periodicals; but we are growing and radiating as best we can, and to one so young in the understanding of the teachings of Christian Science, our progress has seemed wonderful.
On an evening not many weeks ago, when visiting my home, I found a sister suffering from nausea, pains in the eyes, and a swollen lip.
Truly can I say with the Psalmist, "He hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise unto our God.
The little band of Scientists at Wardner, Idaho, feel that we have so much to be thankful for this year that we wish to express ourselves, and think the best way to do so, is to tell the dear ones who are working so faithfully for our Cause how much we appreciate their labors.
For the past five years Christian Science has been my stay and comfort.
In trying to define God and man more fully to my consciousness, I began comparing mortal mind to a fog, or mist.
I was badly afflicted with chronic stomach trouble and palpitation of the heart.
About two and a half years ago I first heard of Christian Science.
There have been so many cases of healing through Christian Science in our city and neighboring towns, that it would be impossible to relate them all.
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