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For something approaching half a century, Christian Science has been spreading round the globe, and it may safely be said that it has completed the circumvallation.
It might interest you, some Wednesday evening, to attend a Christian Science service in Odd Fellows' hall on Pleasant street in Auburn.
A correspondent whose letter appeared in the Oregonian concludes his discussion upon the cost of living with the statement that people may be happy "if they will but will it so and put in practise the teachings of Christian Science.
In an article in your paper by a clergyman I am glad to note his insistence upon the religious attitude of life in its application to relief and salvation from disease as well as from sin.
Your editorial says: "What the late Mrs.
The teaching of the Bible are practical when understood, and the commands of the Master were not for his immediate disciples only, but for all the world to follow and obey, for he said, "What I say unto you I say unto all, Watch.
At the congress on legislation and education of the American.
In the editorial in a recent issue, referring to an editorial in the Journal of the American Medical Association, considerable argument is devoted to the exploitations of the service and value of the medical profession to suffering humanity, especially in times of public disaster, and incidentally an effort is made to show the utter uselessness of all other healing methods.
Had your correspondent, Mr.
"Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden," said the gentle Master, "and I will give you rest.
All earnest students of Christian Science are aware of an ever-deepening sense of gratitude to Mrs.
The greatest word of prophecy was not the forecast of future events, not the commendation or condemnation of conduct, but the disclosure of the nature and ministry of man as God's image and representative.
Will our readers kindly bear in mind that the work at headquarters is necessarily divided into departments, and that correspondence properly addressed will avoid delay.
Bicknell Young, a member of the Christian Science board of lectureship, delivered a lecture Tuesday evening [May 20] on Christian Science, under the auspices of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass.
Thirteen years ago I was healed of a complication of diseases which no method of materia medica could reach or even relieve, through reading "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
Considerably more than seven years ago I was healed by Christian Science of the liquor habit, which had assumed such proportions as to cause me to lose my home, my family, my position, my friends,—everything, even my self-esteem, and not until then was I ready for Christian Science.
I feel that I can no longer wait to tell of my instantaneous healing about a year ago, at which time I was teaching in New Jersey.
I wish to tell what Christian Science has done for me, as I suffered for many years with rheumatism and a disease of the bowels, also female and heart troubles.
I know of no better way to express my testimony to what Christian Science has done for me than to send in my testimony to the Sentinel.
I feel it my duty, as one greatly benefited by Christian Science, to tell of my experience, and I hope these few words will bring cheer and help to some one who may be suffering with the same complaint.
I wish to express my gratitude to God for Christian Science and what it has done for me.
In grateful recognition of what Christian Science has done for me I desire to tell others of the many blessings I have received.
I desire to testify to what Christian Science has done for me and mine.
I wish to tell of an experience I passed through in November, 1911, in the form of a severe cold and bloodpoisoning, which affected one of my limbs.
A year ago I became very ill, and an operation, which would have been critical and costly, was advised by the physician.
Having received so much benefit from the study of Christian Science, I feel it my loving duty to offer my testimony for publication.
[The Universalist Leader.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.