Fear not, O little flock, the foeWho madly seeks your overthrow;Dread not his rage and power;What though your courage sometimes faints?
The Protestant Episcopal clergy, and laymen as well, are coming to the view that the healing of the sick is such a palpable duty laid upon the church through the agency of its ministrations, that the church is neglectful in not making this a distinctive part of its practical ministry.
We believe that most fair-minded people, on reading the account of the coroner's inquest at Urmston as given in a recent Dispatch, will regret the language used by the coroner and jurymen.
According to a news report published elsewhere in these columns, a clergyman of Mount Vernon, one of the most eloquent and "learned divines in the Baptist church," spoke at the meeting of the Central Hudson Baptist Association last evening [Oct.
What Christian Science says of sin is exactly what it says of sickness, or of evil of any sort, namely, that though relatively speaking it is terribly real to the human consciousness, it is, none the less, speaking in an absolutely scientific sense, unreal, inasmuch as it is not God-created.
In the August issue of Grace Chronicle, the official publication of a Lutheran church in Bethlehem, Pa.
With due respect for the opinion of our critic, permit me to say that there is a fixed and impassable gulf between Christian Science and all forms of faith-cure and other agencies of the human or mortal mind.
The average reader of the daily newspaper, it is safe to assert, knows very little of the processes by which this wonderful production of the present century is made ready for the eyes of the public day after day and many times daily.
Beginning with the issue of January, 1911, the Christian Science Quarterly will be published in the small size only.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, and reads no letters on disease, distress, or error of any kind.
Christian Scientists everywhere will be gratified to know, as announced by Mrs.
When it was first announced in these columns that the scope and influence of the Christian Science periodicals were to be enlarged and broadened by the issuance of a daily newspaper, the question was frequently asked as to why this was necessary—were there not already newspapers enough in the world?
From the point of view of present religious consciousness, some of the statements of our Lord as to what his disciples might be and accomplish seem far removed if not extravagant.
Courage is defined as that mental quality which enables one to encounter dangers and difficulties without fear; otherwise, "valor, boldness, resolution.
The Christian Science Society has purchased a lot on Main street for $1,200.
Bliss Knapp of Boston delivered an interesting lecture on Christian Science at the Grand Opera House last evening [Sept.
Under the above caption the poems written by our Leader have been compiled in a handsome volume of 79 pages, now in press, and orders will be filled in sequence.
I think it a duty which I owe to others to tell what Christian Science has done for me.
I wish to testify through the Sentinel to the power of Truth, as propounded in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
It is about two years since I became interested in Christian Science, and I do not think that any one ever received more help from it, or felt more secure in it as a foundation for a harmonious future, than I do.
I feel that the time has come for me to give thanks for the many blessings received by us in Christian Science.
I have often thought of God's wonderful love to His children, and now I want to tell some of the blessings that have come to me through the understanding gained by studying the Bible in connection with "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
Nothing could measure my gratitude to God for the many benefits I have received through Christian Science.
Having received various physical healings in Christian Science, I desire to attest my thankfulness to God for having given to our beloved Leader, through inspiration, the knowledge and understanding of the healing power of infinite Mind.
I have attended a Christian Science church ever since I can remember.
For a very long time I have been troubled with an ingrowing nail on my left foot.
My attention was first called to Christian Science about six years ago, through reading the evidence for the defense in the Los Angeles case.
For years I had suffered with asthma without getting relief through medical treatment, so when I was taken with an acute attack of illness and my wife suggested Christian Science, I went to see a practitioner, who took up treatment immediately.
The sun comes up; and I doubt if e'erMan's eye beheld a morn so fair.
[Christian Work and Evangelist.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.