So he died for his faith.
The latest statistics show that from 1801 to 1892 more than two hundred and thirty periodic comets have been observed with precision.
It does not matter what the attitude may be toward the questions which make the foundations of Christian Science, no thoughtful, studious person can thoughtfully read Mrs.
There was a large and representative gathering of ladies and gentlemen at York Theatre last evening [June 24] to hear Mr.
"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," printed from new plates, with lines numbered, and with important revisions by the author, is now ready for distribution.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The following appointment has been made: Edward H.
Jesus said, "Be ye perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.
If we were out on an angry sea at the mercy of the howling winds and surging wave, and sore afraid, we should look for deliverance, not to the mad billows frothing and foaming, and threatening dire destruction every moment; but we should lift our eyes prayerfully, hopefully upward to the sky, and we should be sure that when the light breaks there, the turmoil will cease, the storm will abate, the waves will be stilled, and we shall come safe into harbor.
The one stable fact of the drug-remedy system is its conceded instability.
We shall be most grateful if all who write for our publications will not fail to give the specific location.
The Christian Scientists of Portland, Maine, desire to report through the Sentinel the progress of the work in their city.
The following letter has been sent in by Herbert W.
The reading of the different articles in our publications awakens a deep sense of thankfulness.
One day, in early summer, I said to our little daughter: "Dear, there are some weeds in your pansy bed, and they ought to be pulled up.
The following was published in a London paper in reply to a false rumor that Lord Dunmore and his family had seceded from the ranks of Christian Science.
I wish to express my feeling in regard to the latest change in our text-book.
We search the world for truth; we cull The good, the pure, the beautiful, From graven stone and written scroll, From all the flower-fields of the soul: And, weary seekers of the best, We come back laden from our quest, To find that all the sages said Is in the Book our mother read.
At a recent Wednesday evening meeting held by First Church of Christ, Scientist, the following testimonies were given.
Burdened with ill health and a number of equally discordant conditions, I found myself quite in the grasp of despair at a time in life when health and strength were most necessary to enable me to supply the means to support those dependent on me.
Brought up by Primitive Baptist parents, with generations of ancestry believing and advocating that doctrine, I was naturally a Baptist.
Our Wednesday evening meetings, even if the number in attendance is small, are interesting and helpful to all.
Christian Science: The Religion of Jesus Christ.