The cause of good shall win,The side of right shall gain,For Love must blot out sin,And health will laugh at pain.
Scarcely a criticism appears on the subject of Christian Science which does not include an allegation to the effect that Christian Science teaches that all creation is an illusion, and that man has no body.
Christian Science can hardly be considered outside the pale of other religions, because it contains all that is good in each of them, and in addition it includes the portions of our Saviour's teachings which they do not comprise.
It must be remembered that Mrs.
Application blanks will be supplied by The Christian Science Publishing Society to practitioners who wish their cards inserted in the directory of Der Christian Science Herold.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The general extension and rapid growth of the Christian Science movement has been such that we are always surprised when attention is called to some community wherein this truth has been known five, ten, or even fifteen years, but nevertheless the work is not found firmly established, and no perceptible gain is being made.
Students of English history are not surprised to learn that the chief political leader of the British empire is President of the Association for the Advancement of Science, and so intelligent in this field of thought as to deliver, at the late meeting of the Association, in Cambridge, an address which "exhibited a splendid grasp of an exceedingly difficult as well as well as novel scientific subject.
The ceaseless movement of the wheel of time brings our annual Labor Day with its appeal to all who think deeply of the welfare of their fellow-men.
The Clerk of The Mother Church requests that those who have made application for membership during the past two years and have not received notice of their election, will notify him at once.
In December, 1899, I saw for the first time a copy of Science and Health, and took my first treatment for consumption.
Four years ago, one very dear to me came to Boston for the Communion service.
Many years ago, when I first heard of Christian Science, my attitude toward what I thought it to be, was one of strong antagonism.
God's protection, as revealed through the teachings of Christian Science, is proven to us every day.
It is eight years since I first began to investigate Christian Science.
It is over a year ago that I met a Christian Scientist in the street and she stopped me and asked if the doctors were helping me.
Nearly a year ago my little boy was brought home from school by his teacher, who said that he was badly hurt, and as she undid the bandages on his hand I saw that one finger hung by a tiny piece of skin.
I feel like a prodigal coming forward to acknowledge a father's blessing, so tardy have I been in expressing, through our periodicals, my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me and my family; nevertheless, not a day, scarcely an hour, goes by, that my heart does not go out in gratitude to Truth, and to our dear Leader, through whom this healing revelation has come.
I came to Christian Science for the healing of two ailments, one of which, according to mortal belief, was wearing out my very existence.
Ten years ago my sister came to the college town where I had been studying to take me home, because my health had failed and I could no longer do any of my work.
It is now almost two years since the glorious healing rays of Christian Science dispelled for me the darkness of a depressed mental condition.
Within the last week three ailments have been met, and after this demonstration, trust in God as Love is perfect.
For the benefit of those who are looking for rest and health, I am glad to testify to the great benefit I have received through Christian Science.
I would like to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me in the past five and a half years.
I have long desired to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me and my family by reading "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker G.
While I am a Christian Scientist and have been a class student for some time, and have read all of Mrs.
In a recent article in the Sentinel some one reminded us of the healing grace in all the words of our Leader, citing among others of her beautiful sayings "not matter but Mind satisfieth.
If God is holy, and this world and man are His creation, very evidently the world is not in a state answering to God's idea of it, or His desire for it.
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