While returning from a recent outing, a lesson was brought home to the writer in an especially vivid manner.
In her definition of church, Mrs.
Oh, work for the love of work, my friend,If joy your heart would know,For work, true work, is a thing divine,—God's love in its overflow!Like to a bird in flight and song,Like to a child in laugh and play,This to your life is work, my friend,—God's blessing on each perfect day!
The reference of the Rev.
My attention has been called to a remarkable letter recently sent by the New Hampshire Medical Society to each member of the Legislature of New Hampshire and given wide publicity in the press.
Christian Scientists are in perfect agreement with the statement that God made man in His own image.
The American Medical Association got a rebuke when two previous officials of that organization made light of the Christian Scientists because of their mental treatment of sufferers from the Omaha tornado and Dayton flood.
Permit me to refer briefly to the sermon by Archbishop Glennon, quoted in a recent issue, wherein appears a reference to Mrs.
The critic in the Mountain View "Signs of the Times," who classes Christian Science with the "mystic religions of India," shows an entire misapprehension of the subject, for Christian Science is not in any sense allied to the teachings of occultism or hypnotism, but is diametrically opposed to those teachings; nor is there anything mysterious about Christian Science.
When sorrow comes to one I love,I would not dareTo send mere words of sympathy;I need must careEnough to send a message of good cheer,To tell the loved one that all good is here.
In our daily experience we largely get into the habit of dividing into various grades the sins which tempt mankind.
In Science and Health we read that "spiritual teaching must always be by symbols".
Thoughtful people are becoming deeply impressed with the conviction that the social order embraces many facts and conditions which are altogether wrong, and that the spirit of Christian brotherhood, alone, can right them.
An audience which crowded the large hall of the Mechanics' Institution assembled to hear a lecture on Christian Science by Bicknell Young.
I would like to tell others why I am so sure of the truth of the teachings of Christian Science and why I am so grateful to Mrs.
Some time ago my three children, between the ages of six years and nine months, were taken with measles, attended by a high fever and a severe cough.
This is to testify to what Christian Science means to me and mine.
After being in Christian Science over two years I wish to express my gratitude for the many blessings received from its teaching.
Through the reading of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
About seventeen years ago I began the study of the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
I feel it a privilege to send my testimony, hoping it may benefit others as I have been benefited by reading the numerous testimonies of healing.
It is with the deepest gratitude that I give my testimony of Truth's healing power.
It is with much gratitude that I give my testimony of healing.
Having received much help and encouragement from reading in the Journal and Sentinel the testimonies to be found in their pages, I am inclined to relate one of the many experiences which have resulted from my study and application of the truth taught in Christian Science.
The query, "Where are the nine?
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.