On and after January 10, 1902, the price of the Church Manual will be as follows: One copy, $1.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The Critic, an illustrated monthly review of literature, published by G.
Follow Love's leading, weary one,Follow, though clouds obscure the sun,Follow Love's leading day by day,Follow closely all the way,Darkness just precedes the dawn,And Love is near you,Follow on.
We always enjoy reading accounts of the progress of the work in other parts of the Field and think others may be interested in the report of our work in New Haven.
Say to thy soul, "Be still, be still;"Then shalt thou hear,In accents clear,This anthem of Love,From the kingdom above:"Peace on the earth, good will, good will.
Not long ago I had occasion to visit a room which was lined with mirrors and brilliantly lighted with electric lamps so placed and shaded as to produce the effect of great brightness without an unpleasant glare.
The perpetual demand of Spirit, "Let there be light," was present with me in early childhood.
In reply to Jesus' question, "What will ye that I shall do unto you?
"Beloved, let us love one another.
It has been my privilege to visit men interested in Christian Science who are inmates of our state prison at San Quentin, Cal.
Forever Thine, Oh God of Love!This thought can always bring us light:And, since we rest within Thy Love,Our pathway must be always bright.
Watching his opportunity, as the mad giant made a rush at him, Hercules caught him round the middle with both hands, lifted him high into the air, and held him aloft overhead.
Two years ago last August, in the beautiful old Mexican town of Santa Barbara, Cal.
I feel that I can no longer refrain from telling something of what Christian Science has done for me, and I desire also to express the vast benefit and happiness I have obtained from reading the Journal and the Sentinel; also I wish to return my cordial thanks to those kind friends here and elsewhere who have helped me on different occasions and spoken the word in season.
It is about ten months since I became interested in Christian Science.
It is just three years since I became interested in Christian Science, and when I look back and see the wonderful change,—what I was then and what I am now,—my heart overflows with gratitude to Mrs.
I look with so much anticipation and delight for our Journal and Sentinel, and enjoy them to such a degree, that I feel I ought to add a word of testimony as to what Christian Science has done for me.
For five years I suffered constantly, never being free from pain.
I wish to send my most grateful testimony to the Publishing Society for the great help I receive from the Journal, Sentinel, and Quarterly.
Some two or three years ago a Christian Scientist was asked to take an absent case.
I should like to give an instance of the all-protecting power of divine Love in the case of an accident which occurred to me recently.
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