with contributions from JOHN L. RENDALL
While Christian Science disagrees with some theories in respect to the nature of disease and sin, it recognizes that these exist in erring, mortal experience and must be dealt with and overcome according to God's laws.
THERE are few occasions which bring the thrifty housewife more downright satisfaction than that bright spring day when the garret is invaded and the chests and closets are made to yield up the worn-outs and castaways of the bygone year.
with contributions from ZAIDEE V. SMITH, G. M. GIFFEN, HENRY M. NEWMARK, CAROLINE D. NOYES, MARY BROOKINS, CLARENCE FALES, H. A. SAMPSELL, ALFRED F. BLUNDELL
[The spirit in which the branch churches are contributing to The Mother Church Building Fund, is shown by the following beautiful letter, which so well expresses the unfailing love, loyalty, and unselfishness of our brethern in Los Angeles.
I did not come into the understanding of Christian Science through my own physical healing but through the healing of my mother, although I have been healed of many ailments since my acquaintance with it.
I wish to express my gratitude for the many blessings which Christian Science has brought to me, It is over twelve years since I gave up medicine to trust this truth, and it has never failed me, I have had many proofs of God's care and wish that all might know and accept the omnipotent and ever-present aid of divine Love, as made known to us in Christian Science.