Can a man pursue spiritual aims while following a business life, is a question often asked.
Into the heaven of Thy heart, O God,I lift my life like a flower;Thy light is deep and Thy love is broad,And I am not the child of an hour.
Our critic's respect for mental suggestion is almost as complete as his dislike of Christian Science.
When I was at school, one of the teachers with whom I studied geometry used to impress upon the class that before attempting the solution of any problem, the first necessity is to get a thoroughly clear understanding of what it is that has to be done.
It should be borne in mind that in studying Christian Science we must remember Paul's injunction to compare "spiritual things with spiritual.
The critic alleges that the teachings of Christian Science are contrary to the Bible.
Christian Science is sometimes misunderstood, and criticized accordingly, but when it is learned that its one and only mission is to teach mortals to open their eyes to a divine heritage, to behold the spiritual verities as their natural possession, and to make plain the way in which they may be appropriated, then this criticism will be turned to gratitude, and no longer will they school their minds to resist in every way this potent fact which is knocking at their doors.
In another column we publish a short report of the speech recently delivered by Senator Works of California, before the United States Senate, in refutation of misstatements which have been made concerning the League for Medical Freedom.
The beginner in Christian Science is sometimes startled when he finds statements in the Bible which parallel those of the Christian Science text-book, but which he had never understood until he began to study the latter.
Christian Science honors God in its adherence to the logical requirements of the divine nature, infinite and immutable good.
The laying of the corner-stone of the new edifice of First Church of Christ, Scientist, at the corner of Ninth and Bluff streets, took place Saturday morning [June 3] at half past six o'clock.
A lecture on Christian Science was delivered here April 17 by Bliss Knapp for First Church of Christ, Scientist.
So eagerly have I scanned the testimonials of healing in the Christian Science periodicals that I can no longer withhold an acknowledgment of Truth's healing power.
During 1907 and the fore part of 1908 I was to mortal sense under a heavy business strain.
In an article in The Christian Science Monitor, these words occur: "There is something that can be done; we do not have to fold our hands and be resigned to error.
From the time I was ten years old I suffered from spasms of the stomach, which kept growing more severe, and twice I had hemorrhages from the stomach, so that I seemed to be on the brink of the grave.
This is a plain statement of facts in regard to my little daughter, who has been wonderfully helped by Christian Science.
It is with deepest gratitude that I express the great benefits I have derived from Christian Science, which reveals Truth as the only permanent health-giving power.
I am truly thankful for Christian Science; not for myself alone, but for the dear ones in our home.
After some delay, I now come forward to give my testimony as to what Christian Science has done for me, and to pay a just tribute to its Discoverer, Mrs.
I have long felt that I should express in some way my gratitude for Christian Science and all that it has done for my daughter and myself, but it has always seemed difficult to find words that would even in a small way tell what I feel.
I have long wished to give a statement of my healing in Christian Science.
To grow a little wiser day by day,To school my mind and body to obey,To keep my inner life both clean and strong,To free my heart from guile, my hands from wrong,To shut the door on hate and scorn and pride;To open them to love,—the windows wide,To meet with cheerful heart what comes to me,To turn life's discords into harmony;To share some weary worker's heavy load,To point some straying comrade to the road;To know that what I have is not my own,To feel that I am never quite alone;Be this my prayer, my task from day to day!
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.