recently, a student of Christian Science, in relating to the writer the story of his healing, said that he had been subject for years to attacks of illness which had occasioned an almost overwhelming sense of fear; that he was healed of these in a few treatments, while the fear was overcome instantaneously.
O heart of mine,Put every idle, empty dream away;Let gentle love within my thought hold swayWith power divine.
One of the most hopeful signs of the times is the ever-increasing interest in the study of the Bible.
In his sermon on "Christianity and Modern Thought," reported in a recent issue, the Rev.
A recent issue reviews an attack on Christian Science by Henry Dwight Chapin which contains the suggestion that "an adult may elect to be treated by a Christian Scientist but in the case of a child the question is altogether different.
I have read in a recent issue an article in which Christian Science is referred to as a freak religion.
In a recent issue of your paper there appeared an item from Washington headed "Suffers for His Faith," wherein it was stated that a gunner's mate had been severely punished for refusing to be vaccinated, his refusal being based on the ground that, as a Christian Scientist, he could not conscientiously submit.
Adverting to a letter which appeared in a recent issue, rebutting the reference to Christian Science made by the Bishop of Liverpool in his sermon during the recent Medical Congress, may I be allowed a few lines thereon?
As Christian Science has once again been adversely criticized in your columns, I shall be glad if you will allow me to make a reply.
Christian Science stands on its own merits, and its adherents are those who have come, not by persuasion, enticement, or argument in words, but as the result of the demonstration of its teachings, which have brought surcease from pain, suffering, sickness, disease, sorrow, and sin, and have lifted consciousness to a clearer apprehension of the one God and man's unity with Him, susceptible of practicable demonstration and application in daily life.
forest stillness ever speaks of GodIn language clear to those with ear attunedTo nature's silent praise, her harmony.
coincidence and correlation of profession and practise was insisted upon by the Master from the very beginning of his ministry, and he himself set an example in this respect which, had it been consistently followed in the succeeding centuries, could but have long since revolutionized the world and redeemed it both physically and morally.
are some who fail to understand the teaching of Christian Science relative to sin, and who therefore quarrel with their own misconceptions; but all honest seekers after truth soon discover that Christian Science declares sin and all discord to be unreal because God is not their author, and St.
statement by an earnest Christian Scientist that he thought of himself only as the conductor through which "the water of life" reached his patients, expressed in a forcefully commonplace fashion his faith in God as the only healer, and his joyous realization of the abundance of that living stream of which if a man drink he "shall never thirst.
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
The lecture on Christian Science given in Third Church of Christ, Scientist, by Bicknell Young, was the first lecture delivered in the church edifice since the building, including the reading-rooms, was fully opened to the public.
In October, 1910, I had a severe attack of inflammation in one of my eyes.
I am impelled to write this testimony of my complete cure and emancipation from the drinking habit through Christian Science, in the hope that if it meets the eye of some one similarly afflicted, he may seek its treatment as an effectual means of cure, and thus be restored permanently to health and freedom from the worst bondage against which the business man has to contend.
I have thought many times of sending a testimony to the Sentinel, and at last my gratitude has found expression.
For the encouragement of those whose healing is slow, also in gratitude for the inestimable good which came to me through Christian Science, I send my testimony.
It is with heartfelt gratitude that I send a loving tribute to what Christian Science has done for me.
I willingly and joyfully join my testimony to the record of praise which is giving forth love and gratitude for Christian Science, and its Discoverer, Mrs.
I wish to add my testimony of gratitude for the blessings which I have received through Christian Science.
Human language is inadequate to express one half of the thankfulness and joy which have come to me through the study of Christian Science.
Through the wisdom of Mrs.
I feel that I have delayed too long the sending of my testimony to the Sentinel.
It is with deep gratitude that express express my thanks for the many benefits which have come to me through the study of Christian Science.
I would be ungrateful indeed did I fail to mention some of the many blessings of which I have been the happy recipient since taking up the study of Christian Science, I did not come to it for physical help, although I needed it, but took it up for the purpose of investigating its teachings, of which I had heard.
waits not for a designated hourTo spread the feast of honey and of wine;Each moment it is present,—mine and thineAnd all mankind's who know and seek Love's power.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health With Key To the Scriptures.