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ITEMS OF INTEREST
By a vote of one hundred and forty-seven to one hundred and twenty-six the House of Representatives reaffirmed its decision that no toll should be charged American vessels engaged in coastwise trade for passage through the Panama canal.
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In order to follow the injunction of Jesus, "Agree with thine adversary quickly, whiles thou art in the way with him," a somewhat clear comprehension of its meaning is requisite, otherwise there may result much error and confusion.
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THE SOWER

It will appear to the thoughtful Christian Scientist that the parable of the sower has a specific bearing upon his own condition; and the degree of understanding with which he receives the seeds of Truth determines in great measure his capacity for growth.
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REAL TREASURE

When one looks about in these days of world-wide prosperity and sees the immense amount of material treasure, the wealth which an ever-increasing proportion of the earth's inhabitants has succeeded in accumulating, the gorgeous display of luxury at private as well as state functions, he is apt to look upon his own little belongings or his apparent lack of them from an entirely new view-point.
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A LITTLE SERMON

Shakespeare has said that there are "sermons in stones and good in everything;" and the writer recently found such a sermon while witnessing an amateur baseball game in a vacant lot.
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CHARACTER

Most of us know of some one in our immediate circle of friends and acquaintances who, though he may not be classed as among the intellectually brilliant or socially prominent, or as possessed of a superabundance of the world's riches, commands the sincere respect of all.
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FORECASTING

Without any modifying clause Christ Jesus said, "Judge not,"—but by way of explanation we have many another of the Master's statements, including that spoken in the worst case of proven sin, "Neither do I condemn thee: go, and sin no more.
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THE ARMOR OF GOD

Long have I battled, Lord,Long in Thy cause have striven,Wounded and faint am I—See where the shafts were driven!
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Our critic's manifest ignorance as to what Christian Science really teaches, practically disqualified him to speak on this subject.
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Several writers of late in the American have given expression to quite a few erroneous conceptions regarding the teachings of Christian Science.
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The second letter from "Contender for the Faith" divides itself into two parts.
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The clergyman who undertook recently from his pulpit to say why he is not a Christian Scientist, is quoted as having set forth at the outstart what he professed to believe to be the fundamentals of Christian Science; deducing therefrom that Christian Science is all wrong.
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The practice of Christian Science does not include either so-called mental suggestion or blind belief.
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THY PEACE

Truth's morning light has dawned for melAll night I labored in the dark,While wild and tempest-tossed the sea,And waves engulfed my fragile bark.
Editorial

"LET BROTHERLY LOVE CONTINUE"

Christian Scientists have long recognized that harmony and unity are essential in the progress of the cause to which they have given their allegiance, and from day to day they are proving that works, and not words alone, are the true index to the extent to which these qualities control their action; and it will not be amiss, perhaps, to call attention to one or two concrete instances of this kind.
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PROSPERITY

To most people prosperity means chiefly worldly success, and few there are who do not greatly desire it, even if they are not willing to labor for its attainment.
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THE GOVERNING PRINCIPLE

In wrestling with his picture puzzle, the youngster may readily recognize the specific thing portrayed on each of the many queer-shaped blocks, but he will certainly have difficulty in properly arranging them if he does not have a definite idea of the complete picture.
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist.
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THE LECTURES

Virgil O.
Testimony of Healing

With a deep sense of gratitude to God, to the Discoverer...

With a deep sense of gratitude to God, to the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, and to the Christian Scientists who brought the light to my notice, I wish to add my testimony to those of many others who have been helped as I have been.
Testimony of Healing

Hoping that some one who is similarly afflicted may take...

Hoping that some one who is similarly afflicted may take courage and seek the remedy which has proved so efficacious in my case, I send this testimony of healing in Christian Science of a malignant growth in the mouth, this demonstration having been made during the latter part of July, 1910.
Testimony of Healing
It is with sincere gratitude that I testify to the benefits received in Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
In August, 1909, a friend invited me to attend the Christian Science church, which I did with skepticism and without any thought of becoming interested.
Testimony of Healing
In the year 1886 I was a great sufferer from a complication of troubles, from which the best medical skill, both in our own and eastern cities, was unable to relieve me.
Testimony of Healing
I feel that I should tell others of the great blessings which have come to me through Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
During the month of August, 1910, I was taken very ill with what the doctors called typhoid malaria, and after five weeks of suffering a friend advised me to call in a Christian Science practitioner.
Testimony of Healing
Too long have I neglected to acknowledge the manifold blessings which have come to our family through the understanding of God as taught us in Christian Science.
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HUMILITY

I trod the darkened road of sorrow.
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[Universalist Leader.
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The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.

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