The day is waning! See, afar,Night's herald trims her peaceful light;As dew there falls on vale and heightThe silence of the evening star.
I can scarcely believe that a minister with a reputation for honesty, common sense, and tolerance would describe "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker G.
Our critic argues the impropriety of coupling the terms "Christian" and "Science" as Mrs.
Our critic's comprehension and clear elucidation of the theory that "mind is matter" practically resolves itself into the paradoxical proposition that intelligence is non-intelligence.
Christian Science is credited with wonderful results in the treatment of disease.
In the News Forum yesterday our readers were afforded an opportunity to read an extended communication from Dr.
The philosophy of annihilation is as far as possible from the teaching of Christian Science, which is constructive rather than destructive in its intent.
A large audience at the Victoria Theater greeted Judge Septimus J.
The author of the Christian Science text-book does not consult nor read letters on disease.
One of the burdens imposed upon Pleasant View is that of lengthy epistles, sent to our dear Leader, often upon trivial and inconsequential subjects.
The coming of our annual Thanksgiving recalls the psalmist's words, "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits.
The possibilities of reform, whether in the individual, the community, or the State, are always determined by the intensity and elevation of the ruling moral sense, the definiteness of the common apprehension of truth, and it is important that this be kept in mind, since otherwise the would-be reformer is impelled to that hasty action which is sure to end in discouragement, if not pessimism and defeat.
The Christian Science Publishing Society has requested us to state that some contributions for the Building Fund, which should have been sent to the Tresurer, Mr.
The pamphlet, "Christian Science: Humanity's Helper," a lecture by Prof.
Christian Scientists may be interested to learn that under the "Loi du decembre 9, I905: Separation des Eglises et de I'Etat," the legal organization of a Christian Science church in France became possible, as the by-laws of a church organization in France must be recorded at the Prefecture of Police and approved by the proper authorities before the church can have legal existence or a corporate body.
After a number of years of constant suffering, resulting in a stiffened joint which rendered walking very difficult, painful, and impossible save only for a short distance, I have been cured by Christian Science to such a degree that a tramp of eight miles over the mountains is a delight, and I am able to go about my business without being burdened with crutches or groaning with pain.
It is now four years since I was directed to Christian Science by a kind friend, and was given peace and happiness.
Before I came into Christian Science I was sick at least half my time, and my anxieties and cares were almost more than I could endure, but I bore them as patiently as I could, because in the first place I thought it was praiseworthy to be patient under affliction, and I also thought we were born to sorrow and suffering, and could only escape them by dying.
For several years before I heard of Christian Science I suffered from a distressing ailment.
I was never antagonistic toward Christian Science.
From the depths of my heart am I grateful for the sweetness which has come into my life during the past two years through Christian Science.
In this day when the big Goliath of the flesh is arrayed for battle against the spiritual idea as set forth by our beloved Leader, our thoughts turn more and more to her with unspeakable love and gratitude.
For some time it has been my desire to tell the readers of the Sentinel the many benefits I have received from Christian Science, physically, mentally, morally, and spiritually.
Christ Jesus said, "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free"—free from the bonds of anxiety, discouragement, and weakness, and alive to the knowledge that we "can do all things" through Christ, Truth, which strengtheneth us.
It is with a heart full of gratitude for what Christian Science has done and is doing for me, that I give this testimony.
I am glad to give to the Field my testimony for what Christ, Truth, has done for me and mine.
I always had a desire to understand the truth as Jesus taught it, and to follow in his footsteps, but until a year and a half ago I found no church that followed the whole of Jesus' teachings.
About a year and a half ago I was persuaded by a friend to try Christian Science, as I was then sick in bed and had been for three months or more,—a perfect wreck.
Last December I was attacked with severe rheumatic trouble.
The sweet-brier boasts nor voice nor speech,No tongue the clover hath;Mute is the garden's rainbow reach;Yet perfumed joy each breathes to each,From June to aftermath.
[The Universalist Leader.
"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.