Long ago, Christ Jesus sent out an invitation to the weary and heavy-laden which means no less today than it did when uttered; indeed, it has a wonderfully broad application to those who have accepted Christian Science.
Unexpectedly we had plunged into a tunnel.
Come, brother, thirsting in a barren land,Drink from this flowing stream where now I drink;Turn not in sorrow, faint not, give thy hand,Pause not from pride upon the very brink;Drink, brother, drink, and on thy knees with joy,Pray ne'er again that earthly thirst annoy.
It may be set down as a basic law of universal application, that to be so solicitous about keeping one's health, to be so anxiously apprehensive of the causes which threaten it, is a serious mistake.
The truth is that there is nothing whatever hypnotic about Christian Science treatment.
Christian Science proves its right to be called Christian by not only teaching its followers to believe in the doctrines of Jesus but actually to put those doctrines and commands into practice, in so far as they understand them, in the healing of sickness and the overcoming of sin.
In a recent issue of the Scotsman, the statement that "pain and death are only things of the unemancipated will" is given as the teaching of Christian Science.
Christian Scientists do not employ hypnotism.
It is hard to understand the indignation to which our reverend friend has given vent in his three-column article.
Christian Science agrees with the Scriptures which declare that "all things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made," and that "God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good.
In a church paper published in Dayton, Ohio, Jan.
Christian Scientists are fully awake to sin in all its phases, and they are taught by their text-books, the Bible and "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
Christian Scientists ask no quarter, but only fair play and unbiased judgment.
Theirs [Christian Scientists'] is a very comforting and comfortable doctrine; optimistic, sanguine, and promises or offers the world ultimate freedom from sin, sickness, death, and in fact all limitations.
It has been requested that some definite word be given through the Sentinel in regard to contributions to the proposed memorial to Mrs.
In the hour of temptation to discouragement because of the manifest inadequacy of our present realization of Truth to solve a given life-problem, we may find both illumination and rebuke in Jesus' words when he said, "If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed.
Without the gleams of light which come from spiritual intuition, the history of mankind would have been dark indeed; but happily these have come from age to age, and most vividly when most needed.
The new home of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Auburn will be opened to the public Sunday, June 4, when the church society will hold its first services in the remodeled Terrill house, 193 Genesee street, which was purchased by the society last August.
A well-attended lecture on Christian Science was given at the Loomer Opera House Monday evening, April 3.
I can say with the psalmist, "I will praise thee: for thou hast heard me, and art become my salvation;" and it is with a desire to help others that I write these lines.
After reading the many testimonies of healing, and of love and gratitude therefor, which come to us so often and so speedily through our periodicals, I feel I would like to send a small expression, of my own gratitude for all the help I have received through their pages.
About a year ago I was suddenly stricken with a severe attack of asthma, this being the season of the year at which I had been attacked for fifteen years or more.
I desire to give my testimony to the help I have received in Christian Science.
After having for about ten years received help through Christian Science, I feel that it is truly time for me to make proper acknowledgment.
I consider it a privilege to speak of the good that Christian Science has done me.
About five months ago Christian Science found me in a very bad condition.
In November, 1908, I was taken suddenly with a very serious attack of spinal disease.
Words cannot express what Christian Science has done and is doing for me.
Five years ago Christian Science found me in a hopeless condition of physical suffering and mental depression.
I am very grateful for what Christian Science has done for me.
Christian Science has done so much for me that I desire to acknowledge publicly my gratitude for it all.
While at home in Chicago on my Christmas vacation.
I have often experienced the divine leading, and three years ago, when I saw wonderful help coming where according to human judgment no help could be expected, I became distinctly aware of God's omnipotence and omnipresence.
Always with us, joined hand in hand,Walks even now an angel band.
[Christian Work and Evangelist.