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in Christian Science, which brings freedom from sickness and sin, is founded not upon faith alone, but upon an exact knowledge of God.
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following paragraphs are taken from a five column report by the Dayton.
Applications for membership with the Mother Church to be acted upon November, 1902, must be in the hands of the Clerk on or before October 18, 1902.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
rule by which, in Christian Science, the words Principle, Mind, Spirit, Soul, Life, Truth, Love, are used, as names of God, and as synonymous with the name God, is clearly defined in our text-book, Science and Health.
prime factors in the growth of any cause must of necessity be its own inherent virtue, and the wisdom, integrity, and energy of its leader.
our testimonial meetings and "Testimonies from the Field" we frequently hear and read of the power of a text from the Bible, an expression from Science and Health; of a verse or stanza of a hymn, an inscription, or even a picture, by which the liberated consciousness was flooded with light.
How often, when prompted to advise or to rebuke in humility and love, are we hindered and controlled by fear lest we may hurt another's feelings.
, September 7, was an event of great importance to the Christian Scientists of this city.
ye were Abraham's children, ye would do the works of Abraham.
of sweet, grateful memories comes to me as I read the above quotation, and a feeling of deep and heartfelt gratitude to God that I have been awakened, and can see even a little of the beauty of holiness, and that my ears having heard the word have hearkened.
The Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel, are, in a degree, the property of every faithful worker in Truth.
a western lecture tour, a prominent minister being asked by a press representative what the vital element of religion of the twentieth century would be, without a moment's hesitation answered, "Love.
we all did our best, my struggling brother,To be what God made us, for self and each other,What kindlier hearts and happier facesWould brighten the gloom of earth's desolate places!What healing of heartaches, of sorrow and sadness,What tides of good-will, what flowing of gladness,Would flood this old earth with the glory of heaven,If we all were but true to our nature God-given!
It is with pleasure that I testify to the benefits I have received from Christian Science.
Immeasurable peace and blessedness have come into my life since Science and Health was put into my hands some twelve years ago.
I was relieved, and afterward healed of great suffering, of more than one year's standing.
A recent Lesson-Sermon touching the subject gratitude, made me see more clearly that I ought to contribute to our Wednesday evening meetings and our Journal and Sentinel.
I wish to express gratitude for the healing of our little boy.
On the Fourth of July my little girl, then six years old, had all the symptoms of what I thought was a severe cold; but in a few days it proved to be whooping cough.
My oldest child, a girl of nine years, complained of a sore throat on awaking one morning; in the afternoon it seemed much worse.
The natural man has no understanding of the things of the spirit.
Christian Science: The Religion of Jesus Christ.