THE first legislature which convened in Porto Rico after the island came under American protection enacted a new school law, based upon the conditions in Porto Rico and in strict harmony with American ideals.
Will subscribers to the Christian Science Quarterly please take note of the label on the cover of the last number received.
THE illimitable forests of yellow pine abounding in the State of Oregon, with their accessibility to through lines of transportation, suggested to a German from the forests of Thuringia the transfer of a lucrative business to the Pacific coast.
BRIGHTEST star in darkest night,Christ's our Comrade in the fight.
On September 24 the members of First Church of Christ, Scientist, addressed the following letter to Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Binghamton, N.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS present themselves to the world as a people consistently following the teachings of Jesus, the accepted Master and Exemplar of Christianity, rendering to God the things that are God's and to Caesar the things that are Caesar's.
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THE farther one advances on the straight and narrow way which leads from the illusions of material sense to Spirit's immortal consciousness,— the Mind which is Life eternal, —the more utterly inadequate do words become to express one's gratitude for the discoveries and realizations by the way, and for the infinite glory of the prospect which grows on the awakened vision All attempts at human expression thereof seem futile, and communication of experiences ceases to be verbal, when reflected from consciousness to consciousness.
THOUGHTS seem to have been unfolding themselves more than ever to me lately about Jesus, his mission and his life; and one of these thoughts was the tenderness of the divine Love which he reflected.
"IDENTITY is the reflection of Spirit".
AN event of special significance to the work here occurred September 1 in the birth of a child under Christian Science treatment.
LET me not be influenced by material sights and sounds; let me hold my thought to the highest idea which comes to me from the Word of God; let me cling to that holy thought to the exclusion of every suggestion of self, and in that moment of clarified consciousness, the still, small voice will convey some truth to my spiritual sense; and it will thus become for me the voice of God, mightier than the noise of many waters, silencing in its perfect dominion all the discordant sounds of finite sense.
THE Responsive Reading and Lesson-Sermon to be used at the Thanksgiving Day service will not be published except in the Sentinel of October 30 and the November Journal.
When I was a child I used to love to read pieces in books and papers that touched on the subject of healing through prayer.
I have thought for some time that for the benefit of the public, I ought to tell what Christian Science had done for me.
Having been benefited by many helpful words through the Sentinel and Journal, I feel that I ought to express a word of gratitude for the many blessings Christian Science has showered upon me, therefore in a humble spirit I will make an effort to reflect a ray of the light which has brightened my path, with the hope that it may brighten the path of some weary wanderer, awaken a thought of repentance in some prodigal son, or strengthen some struggling heart, which is battling with sin, sickness, and the fear of death.
Before coming to Christian Science I was almost an infidel.
In May, 1901, I was running a Burleigh machine, sinking a shaft, and one night as I was blocking it in position it fell and caught me in the back and abdomen and injured me internally, causing hemorrhage, from which I suffered terribly.
"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," printed from new plates, with lines numbered, and with important revisions by the author.
Christian Science: The Religion of Jesus Christ.