Christian Scientsts will read with much appreciation, your account of the meeting of Baptist ministers, at which Christian Science was discussed "from the standpoint of orthodox Christianity.
A large and appreciative audience, composed principally of local and visiting Christian Scientists, but also numbering many not of this faith, listened attentively to a lecture on the subject of Christian Science delivered in Assembly Hall, Thursday evening [March 9] by Bicknell Young of Chicago.
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 reference to a disaster in which more than fifty persons lost their lives occurs in a newspaper report of a sermon recently preached in Boston : —
What depths of meaning lie in the words, "Freedom to worship God," and well may we ask whether this freedom has ever been realized on earth.
Nothing is more depleting to one's energy, more dampening to enthusiasm, or more discouraging to hope, than an abiding sense of spiritual inadequacy.
Another edition of the September issue of The Christian Science Journal has been printed and orders can now be filled.
I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude for Christian Science and for all the blessings it has brought into my life, — for the spiritual sense and consciousness of man's oneness with God.
The first time I read a copy of Der Herold der Christian Science, the thought came to me that I would some day like to inform my fellow-men of what Christian Science has done for me, and this glad day has now come.
Eight years ago Christian Science was brought to my notice through the healing of a nephew.
Five years ago I came into Christian Science sick, discouraged, disheartened.
I have long felt a desire to tell to the Field what Christian Science has done for me.
It is four years since I turned to Christian Science.
I desire to express my deepest gratitude for what Christian Science has done for myself and my family.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude and love to God, that I give my testimony of the health, joy, and gladness which have come into my life through Christian Science, lifting me from a state of semi-invalidism, of many years' standing, into the glorious realization of freedom from every ill, and proving to me without a doubt that Christian Science can and does heal the sick.
I wish to express my gratitude for the blessings which Christian Science has brought to my life.
In gratitude to God for revealing to our revered Leader this wonderful truth, which is blessing thousands of suffering mortals, I give this testimony.
I wish to express my gratitude to God for Christian Science, also my thanks to Mrs.
The remarkable religious revival in Wales and the awakening in London has turned attention sharply to similar possibilities in other parts of the world.
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