The continued restlessness of tired humanity, seeking and striving for a sense of rest and peace which seems so far away, shows but too plainly how the deception of mortal existence, its pleasures and beliefs, palls on the senses.
Will subscribers to the Christian Science Quarterly please take note of the label on the cover of the last number received.
It may be thought by some that the cutting of the beautiful glass tableware that is so highly prized is done with delicate tools, wielded by artists as fragile and æsthetic as the product of their skill.
The services of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Mansfield, Ohio, which for some time have been held in private apartments, were held October 26 in their new rooms in the Stocking Building.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
Our faithful laborers in the field of Science have been told, through the alert editor-in-chief of the Christian Science Sentinel and Journal, that "Mrs.
No question of the efficacy of Christian Science in cases of infectious and contagious diseases is involved in Mrs.
Divine Love is omni-active, and human love, its reflection, expresses itself in action.
Our appreciation of the common kindnesses of neighbors and friends impels us to make due and loving acknowledgment and a return of kindred favors when opportunity offers, but gratitude for higher and nobler gifts.
At the end of the month, the accountant for each business house takes off the ledger a "trial balance.
A man built a house and the name of the house was Human Sense, and he set about making it very beautiful, expecting to find great happiness in it when it should be completed.
The life of the Psalmist in many respects was similar to that of the Christian Scientist.
While reading an article recently on the life of a famous musician, I was much impressed by the perseverance, the absolute singleness of purpose which he showed in his life work.
O'er well remembered paths that lead to fields of long ago,Although my feet have lost the way nor may its windings know,My heart turns back, as birds return to summer lands of cheer,Or as a pilgrim, worn and gray, unto his home draws near;My heart turns back, the slow years fade, a boy again am I,Who lacks the wisdom of the world, but also lacks its sighThe fire burns low, the mists steal out that hide the past away:Again I am a little boy upon Thanksgiving Day.
When I first came to Christian Science for help I was suffering from indigestion and could not take any solid food without great distress.
The importance of being familiar with all Mrs.
I can only express in a slight degree how much good the lesson-sermons do us.
We first heard of Christian Science six years ago.
As the annual Thanksgiving season draws near I am reminded of my own indebtedness for blessings received, and that some expression of thanks for the help received from articles in the Journal and Sentinel, should be given, one especially in the Sentinel of May 29 entitled, "Examination.
During the two years and eight months of my experience as a student of Christian Science, I have had many proofs of its wonderful healing effects, but that which was the most positive proof occurred quite recently.
I was not brought to Christian Science for any special physical healing, but came, as an humble investigator.
The strength of resolve, which afterwards shapes life and mixes itself with action, is the fruit of those sacred, solitary moments when we meet God alone.
Science and Health in Levant binding will hereafter be printed on heavy Oxford India paper, making a book about an inch thick.
In the Sermon on the Mount there is a Thanksgiving proclamation attributed to that Son of Man who laid bare the most precious secrets of the human heart.
Christian Science: The Religion of Jesus Christ.