During the study of one of our Lesson-Sermons in which the parable of the sower was most helpfully explained and illumined by passages from Science and Health, the writer felt impelled to relate the following experience in proof of the power of the Word of God to "guide to the divine Principle of all good".
Across the gulf of human limitationLove reaches out!Across the seething waves of desolationAnd arid wastes of doubtLove's mighty hands stretch ever,Spanning gulf, desert, river!And our poor groping fingers find and holdHands, strong and kind, and, following wherethey lead,Out of the earth-mists cold,Find heaven indeed!
It is impossible to go about the world, listening to what is being said and reading what is being written about Christian Science, without becoming aware that a vast amount of criticism and prejudice is being aroused by the perpetual reiteration of the statement that its teaching is opposed to what is termed historic Christianity.
A speaker at the County Teachers' Institute, as quoted in a recent issue, so misstates Christian Science teaching as sadly to misinform your readers.
The February number of The Westminster contains a contribution on Christian Science to which I beg leave to offer some reply, inasmuch as this article does not deal justly with the teaching of Christian Science, but on the contrary misrepresents it.
A statement made in a recent issue attempts to couple Christian Science with will-power and mental suggestion as a means of healing.
A few days ago I picked up from my table a little book of thirty-three pages, entitled "The Law of Kindness.
The truthfulness of a sentence in a Christian Science lecture was challenged by a clerical critic in a recent issue.
Christian Scientists everywhere will welcome the announcement, from the publisher of Mrs.
Very closely related to the belief that some particular person is "the practitioner" for a certain locality, is the mistaken sense that a person who has once been the patient of Mr.
There is no sign of our times which is more encouraging than the universal longing for the fruits of brotherhood.
In the fourth chapter of Paul's second epistle to Timothy he speaks of the "crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge," shall give to all those "that love his appearing.
In introducing William R.
I am a traveling salesman, on the road almost constantly, and tonight while reading the Bible in my room, I was deeply impressed with these words of Christ Jesus: "For I tell you, that many prophets and kings have desired to see those things which ye see, and have not seen them.
For a great many years I was a hospital nurse, and I remember once asking a patient who was interested in Christian Science what it was.
Although it is only four years since I came into Christian Science, I know that I have found the straight and narrow way and I am trying to walk therein.
It is with a heart overflowing with love and thankfulness to God, and gratitude to our dear Leader, Mrs.
In March, 1905, I was taken with a severe attack of acute lung trouble.
Up to the time my little boy was six years old I believed in materia medica.
I wish to express my gratitude for the great blessings which Christian Science has brought to me and mine.
For more than five years I have been studying Christian Science, and have found it to be truly the promised Comforter.
Four years ago my misunderstanding of Christian Science yielded to the truth regarding it, and I found what I had long sought, namely, the truth about God and man's relation to Him.
I was healed of nasal catarrh in a serious form and of many years' standing by reading the Christian Science text-book.
My brother, who lives in Oberreichenbach, not far from Frankfort-on-the-Main, was healed of a very serious lung trouble through reading Der Herold der Christian Science and having a few explanations given him on the subject of Christian Science.
I desire heartily to recommend Christian Science to any one needing help, as the work done for our child and myself has been entirely satisfactory.
I have been a student of Christian Science for more than ten years.
I wish to testify to my mother's healing, also to the way that I have been helped to understand God through Christian Science.
I am desirous of expressing my gratitude and telling of the good which has come to me through Christian Science.
For three years, from 1905 to 1908, I was under treatment with four of the ablest physicians of this county for a most distressing disease of the stomach, with frequent attacks of vomiting, also pain in the eyes and head.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.