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The importance of being familiar with all Mrs. Eddy's...
The importance of being familiar with all Mrs. Eddy's writings was made clear to me in a recent experience. Malice was seemingly directed toward me so strongly that at first I seemed unable to destroy the thought. I felt condemned for reflecting it, and the fact that I reflected the malice seemed to separate me from God, thereby cutting off my source of help. Suddenly these words of Mrs. Eddy in "Unity of Good" came to me: "God pities us ... and guides every event of our careers." I said, He pities me then, I know He pities me. With this realization of His pity I fell on my knees and grateful tears filled my eyes, for He was no longer afar off but very near to help and save. Gratitude welled up in my heart, and I thanked God fervently for this experience, inasmuch as it had drawn me nearer to Him.—Miss Elsie Kelso, Yale, Ia.
Christian Scientists are Satisfied with the Bible
John L. Rendall
Frank W. Gale
Spiritual Healing for all Time
The Overcoming Mind
W. D. McCrackan
The Prime Object to be Attained
The Finding of True Individuality
Charles K. Skinner
Among the Churches
with contributions from Minnie Conard, Olive E. Pettit, Henry Ward Beecher
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
MARY BAKER G. EDDY.
No question of the efficacy of Christian Science in cases...
F. R. P.
A Simple Story
Singleness of Purpose
GRACE SAFFORD FARRINGTON.
An Old Thanksgiving Day
Alfred J. Waterhouse
with contributions from Samuel R. James, F. H. Sisson, J. Guy Haugh, James G. Flanders, Robert Roberts, Hiram F. Stevens, R. H. Lovett, John J. Faulkner
We first heard of Christian Science six years ago....
During the two years and eight months of my experience...
Jacob S. Shield
The strength of resolve, which afterwards shapes life...
F. W. Robertson