Do you suppose the tiny, struggling sprout In some bleak spot, some barren, stony waste, Knows inward joy that it gains, day by day, A greener color from the sun's warm ray, Feels gratitude that it makes better haste, Measuring increase by some mark about?
Concord will do its full share in the work of relieving the suffering people of San Francisco.
The special correspondent of the Portland Express, who has been touring New Hampshire during the past month, in the course of a letter dated from Concord has this to say concerning our best-known and best-beloved resident:—
The Ohio senate has voted down the bill giving fees to Christian Science healers, and Senator Lamb is quoted as saying he doesn't believe a man can preach with power on a stated salary.
The religious world of Jesus' time, in the main rejected him, though he made main converts, some among the leaders and eminent men of his time.
No one will dispute for a moment that the greatest need in the world to-day is for some such efficacious plan of moral and physical salvation as that which Christian Science offers.
The salvation taught and demonstrated by Christ Jesus was a complete salvation not only from sin but from sickness.
Each branch Church of Christ, Scientist, is requested to send, on or before May I, a report of its total membership.
An audience that filled to its utmost capacity the beautiful auditorium of First Church of Christ, Scientist, last evening [April 2], greeted the lecturer, Mr.
The next admission of candidates to membership in The Mother Church will be June 5, 1906.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
Pleasant View, Concord, N.
To the beloved members of my Church, The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston: Divine Love bids me say,—Assemble not at the residence of your Pastor Emeritus, at or about the time of our Annual Meeting and Communion service, for the divine and not the human should engage our attention at this sacred season of prayer and praise.
[It is a pleasure to give prominence in our columns to the following letter, which emphasizes so clearly and in few words Mrs.
It is an encouraging sign of the times that the demand for Christian works and Christian living rather than for mere profession is becoming more insistent, and this demand is well expressed by the Medford.
It is necessary that liberal contributions to the Building Fund be sent to Mr.
A committee has been appointed to find rooms for those attending the June meetings of The Mother Church.
Melbourne, Australia, Jan.
It is with sincere gratitude that I tell what Science has done for me.
In the spring of 1901 I was in Dawson, Y.
It is nearly four years since I began the study of Christian Science as found in our text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the with Scriptures.
An editorial in the Sentinel of September 30, 1905, in regard to humanity's intense fear of consumption, reminded me of the great benefit I have received from Christian Science.
Having received so much benefit through Christian Science, I feel it time to add my testimony to the power of Truth.
I wish to express my love and gratitude for Christian Science.
With loving gratitude I add my testimony to the many benefits received through Christian Science.
Nine years ago a friend gave me a copy of Science and Health to read while he was at church.
It is over five years since I first became interested in Christian Science through the healing of a friend, of consumption.
About seven years ago I had lung trouble, which grew worse and worse.
It is our duty as well as our privilege to let the world know what great things God does daily for His children through Christian Science.
About five years ago Christian Science was introduced to me by my nephew, who came to England on a visit from the United States.
I have had many beautiful demonstrations, for which I feel grateful.
In gratitude for the many blessings that have come to me since accepting the teachings of Christian Science, I write this testimony.
Pilgrim on the upward way, Wrestling with disease and sin, This thy watchword in the fray, Take the cross, the crown to win.
There is in man a power to see the invisible, to hear the inaudible, to know the unknowable, to enter into the non-sensuous and the spiritual; but this power lies in many a man dormant.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXT-BOOK.