a road where wild pathetic roses fellAt feet of fleeting June, whose fingers magicalDrew resinous charm from flow'ring Gilead's balm;I mourned that I had missed the petals' full-blown grace,Yet on a tide of summer air,Faint attar, presence-like and rare,Breathed that the rose hath life beyond her rooted place.
[A correspondent of Mont Blanc, a journal published in the valley of Aosta, Italy, contributed to the issue of Dec.
The spy system has never been in much favor with Anglo-Saxon peoples.
The gentleman who conducts "The Listener" in the Sunday News-Advertiser apparently labors under a misapprehension regarding the Christian Science movement and its methods, judging by his remarks in the issue of Nov.
A story on the subject of Christian Science has been communicated to the press which is a very good specimen of the way in which prejudice is manufactured.
In rescinding his order for the exclusion of the practice of the rite of healing by the Christian Scientists on the Isthmus of Panama, President Taft did a thing that all broad-minded people will feel impelled to denominate as just and timely.
The only Christmas feast that is lasting is to eat the bread of understanding and to drink the wine of divine inspiration.
The next admission of candidates will be May 31, 1912.
are frequently asked by our friends in the field to write editorials dealing with this or that subject of general or special interest.
named in prophecy "The Prince of Peace," and thus heralded at his birth by angelic choirs, Christ Jesus frankly declared that he came "not to send peace, but a sword;" and with his own trial and crucifixion there was inaugurated a world-strife which has left its record upon every page of history, and which today is seething to a tidal crest whose threatenings can but seem alarming to the timid and tired of heart.
is often observed by those who are not Christian Scientists, that students of Christian Science place considerable emphasis upon the word "belief.
Plans for a church home of the Christian Science society have been accepted and a lot fifty by one hundred and forty feet secured.
A lecture on Christian Science was delivered by William D.
If my expression of thanks will help any other pilgrim on his way, I shall indeed be glad, and I am happy to express something of what I feel toward this regenerating truth.
In the year 1893 I visited the World's fair in Chicago, and while there was taken with a fever.
I have long desired to give a written statement of the benefits which I have received through Christian Science; but they are so great and so numerous that no words of mine can fully describe them.
It is with great pleasure that I write this testimony, but I feel that I have not words adequately to express my appreciation of Christian Science.
I would like to express my gratitude for Christian Science by telling through the channel of our literature something of the light which has come to me through the study of this wonderful truth.
I suppose that each student of Christian Science finds it one of the most difficult things to express his deep gratitude in words for all that this truth has done for him.
One day I came to the city to see a doctor, but could not as he was out of town.
Christian Science came into my life over four years ago.
Through the heartfelt desire to acknowledge what Christian Science has done for me, I must say with the psalmist, "Many, O Lord my God, are thy wonderful works which them hast done, and thy thoughts which are to us-ward: they cannot be reckoned up in order unto thee: if I would declare and speak of them, they are more than can be numbered.
I wish to express my gratitude for what has been done for me through Christian Science.
Like a great many others, I have good reason to be deeply grateful for Christian Science, and many times I have hungered to ex-press my gratitude through the Sentinel.
Last winter I had a felon on my thumb which caused me a great deal of pain and several sleepless nights.
be the God of love, of light divine!Be praised, thou Spirit of abundant lifeWhose noon is now, whose dawn was when the ChristOn earth the real in the ideal did blend!To Thee, whose light streams forth from realms of lightIn glorious joy, fulfilling hope, and withThe radiant force of Truth's all-healing powerDost flow into our lives, revealing eachLike Christ, Thy child, fair, upright, pure and free:To Thee be might, dominion, majesty!