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Our Field is the World
Although healing the sick seems to present the largest field of activity for Christian Scientists, it is not the only means by which they can help their fellows. Every walk in life offers unlimited opportunity to reform the sinner, to comfort the sorrowing, to cheer the faltering; and opportunities for these Christly ministrations are not confined to the practitioner who devotes his entire time to the work.
The business man is constantly appealed to for advice, for encouragement, for financial assistance. It is no uncommon thing for him to see some friend or business associate on the verge of financial disaster, or threatened with physical collapse; or, perhaps, under the stress of financial need, about to "turn a sharp corner," or worse yet, commit some act which is absolutely criminal. All these conditions need healing, and the gentle, loving, Christly counsel and example of the Christian Science business man, should point the way to relief.
The Duty of the Self-made Man
Give it a Fair Hearing
Not Loss, but Gain
Albert E. Miller
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
J. W. G.
FLETCHER L. WILLIAMS
Christian Science and the Children
MARIETTA C. WHITE
The Truth of Christian Science
W. JOHN MURRAY
The Way of Progress
MRS. HARRIET E. T. VESTEL
SAMUEL H. GREENWOOD
Till We All Come
Plutarch and Modern Thought
with contributions from Geo. Macdonald
Adelaide A. Proctor
I was an invalid nearly all my life as the result of three...
Harriet L. Miller
I was a very delicate child, never without headache, and...
Elizabeth A. Woods
I became interested in Christian Science through the...
Edwin C. Belknap
I am thankful to-day for the healing and spiritual benefit...
In 1898 my mother was taken sick with muscular rheumatism,...
Ella G. Parsons
"Whereas I was Blind, now I See"
Frances Bent Dillingham with contributions from St. Francis de Sales, Thomas A Kempis
with contributions from P. S. Henson, A. J. Gordon, John W. Chadwick, Andrew Murray, George Macdonald