It is impossible to read the account of the rich young man who came eagerly to Jesus inquiring what he should do to inherit eternal life, without a feeling of great compassion for the keen disappointment which he must have suffered.
In a Literary Digest article on "The Function of the Poet in America Life," Edwin Markham says: "But if America has no spacious past, she has a spacious future.
The wise men in the East beheld a star,And journeying onward felt new glory's scope,—A wisdom, and a mission, and a hope,Transcending heights whereon time's altars are;And coming down the years they kenned afar,As something seen far-off, a mountain-slope,A risen radiance, as when dawn doth ope,The vision of a fadeless avatar!
In a recent issue, the heading "Vegetarianism," there is a letter to editor in which the writer speaks of "so-called Christian Science.
To refer to Science and Health as Mrs.
In the comments on the essays of the Rev.
The gentleman who tells us, in the California Christian Advocate, "where Christian Science ends," needs to know that "of this kingdom there shall be no end.
A report in a recent issue alleges that the Rev.
It would almost seem that Christian Scientists have need ponder daily the Master's warning to the little band of disciples whom he sent out "to preach the kingdom of God, and to heal the sick," Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves;" for if one may judge by the letters and circulars received by practitioners whose cards appear in the Journal, there is an impression abroad that Christian Scientists are liberally supplied with money.
Strangely enough, apart from the teachings of Christian Science, faith and intelligence are not supposed to have any direct relation to each other, and this explains to large extent the antagonism to Christian Science expressed by many who suppose that the faith which it inculcates is divorced from intelligence.
Students of human nature speedily discover that the conduct of most people is far more frequently determined by a habit or tendency than by a sense of duty or of right.
Cleveland and Lakewood, Ohio.
A lecture on Christian Science was delivered in the auditorium of Carnegie library by Francis J.
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
When I stop to realize what Christian Science has done for me and mine, my heart is overwhelmed with love and gratitude to God, and to our beloved Leader, Mrs.
It is now six years since I first inquired about Christian Science.
When I began the study of Christian Science, nearly fourteen years ago, it was not for physical healing alone, but because I had become convinced that it was the truth I had long been seeking; that the text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude to God, that I submit this testimony to the efficacy of Christian Science to heal and to comfort.
It is a pleasure and privilege to tell something of what Christian Science has done for me, and I hope that this statement of facts may be a help to others.
I am very glad to acknowledge the quick relief which came when I asked for help in Christian Science.
I desire to testify to what Christian Science has done for me.
It is with deep thankfulness to God, and sincere gratitude to Mrs.
During many years I had been suffering from an abscess in the ear which no doctor ever cured, but I was healed in 1907 by Christian Science treatment.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOOK, "SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES.