I do not need to look upon thy faceTo see the light and radiance of Love.
One of the citizens of Hoboken, who is a believer in results obtained by Christian Scientists, takes exception to the sermon preached Sunday by the rector of St.
A local minister in his sermon yesterday brought out forcefully the fact that ninety per cent of present-day church work is merely preparation for Christian service.
This letter, if it aims to be at all complete in chronicling the chief ecclesiastical events of the past quarter, can hardly omit the opening of the magnificent cathedral erected by the Christian Scientists at a cost of two million dollars.
The lecture on Christian Science by Hon.
The author of the Christian Science text-book does not consult nor read letters on disease.
The following correspondence between the Countess Fanny von Moltke of Frankfurt, Germany, wife of the present head of the famous German family which gave the fatherland one of its most distinguished warriors in Field Marshal von Moltke, <em class="footnote d-none" title="*"><em class="footnote d-none" title="*">A correction was made in the December 15, 1906 Sentinel: "In copying from the <em>Concord Monitor</em> &amp;nbsp;the correspondence between Mrs.
When Jesus was seized by the servants of those who had conspired for his betrayal, one of the disciples drew his sword and cut off an ear of a servant of the high priest.
The account given in the 9th chapter of John of the healing of one who had been born blind, is peculiarly interesting in that it sets forth the vital purpose of the Master's work, and also because it marks an era in his ministry.
Beloved Leader:—This is a time when your students, and the thousands who have received the blessings of health, the joy and peace of spiritual understanding, and a truer and more helpful and elevating knowledge of God and His relation to man, from your teachings and example, feel drawn to you, more than ever before, by the ties of love and gratitude.
Having many times received encouragement and help from the testimonies in our periodicals, I desire to make grateful acknowledgment of what Christian Science has done for me.
When I turned to Christian Science.
From childhood I was subject to colds in the head, and early in 1903 I was confined to the house with what seemed to be the grip accompanied with a bowel trouble.
Our daughter was more or less of an invalid for eight years.
When I first heard of Christian Science and had seen some of the effects of knowing the truth in people around me, I was troubled with a desire for intoxicants, and finally decided to go to a practitioner in order to be relieved of it.
Twenty years ago I was given up to die, with lung and bowel trouble.
In the spring of 1898, while working in the field, I suddenly became very ill, and had to have the assistance of my wife to get to the house.
About seventeen years ago an attack of grip developed into rheumatic trouble, and a specialist said there was no help for me, that I could never again do a day's work.
My gratitude grows daily for the understanding I have of Christian Science, whereby I am being healed of disagreeable traits and faults in my disposition.
About twelve years ago, while climbing a tree in quest of some young owls which I wanted for pets, I was badly scratched by the parent bird, so that my eyes were seriously injured.
I am more grateful for Christian Science than I know how to express.
It is with an honest desire to express my gratitude to God for the blessings I have received through the study of the Bible and "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
I desire to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done in my home.
High on the towering crag it stands,This mighty Pharos of animate stoneNot built with hands.
Not as a criticism of prevalent teaching but as a means of emphasizing the messages given, attention is called to a significant Biblical word for salvation—health.
The Christian Science Text-Book.