The thought of being alone with God, which forms the theme of a well-known Christian hymn, may seem rather paradoxical, but it is not.
The sun dips down behind the hills, far in the west;A drowsy calm creeps o'er the land,—all is at rest.
A recent issue contains an address by the Rev.
In a recent issue I notice that the Rev.
While Christian Scientists, who are occupying their new church on College street, Lewiston, are not actively participating in the special local campaign for Sunday attendance, inasmuch as they affirm that here, as elsewhere, their churches are always filled with church-goers who seem to appreciate their privileges keenly, nevertheless, at the suggestion of the Journal, one of the adherents consented to the following statement covering some reasons why this condition prevails:—
I have read the letter referring to Christian Science in a recent issue.
Press on, for the sake of those hungry onesWho are looking to you for bread.
Many of the criticisms of Christian Science have been based upon the supposition that the healing work which characterized the ministry of Christ Jesus and the early Christians was simply a special gift for a limited time and a limited purpose.
In the epistle to the Hebrews we read of the law of inheritance which prevailed in the Levitical priesthood, by which men "gave attendance at the altar" and participated in all the rites and ceremonies of the Jewish religion.
How illuminating and significant it would prove if one were able to discern the full content of the psalmist's exclamation when he cried, "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills.
Under the auspices of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
Long before the opening hour, the entrance to the auditorium in Collins street was thronged by the first comers of an audience of thirteen hundred, who listened with rapt attention to William R.
It is with a heart full of thankfulness to God that I give my testimony of healing, through the aid of Christian Science, of what threatened to be total loss of sight.
In February, 1912, I entered a Christian Science practitioner's office in a confused, nervous state.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude that I write of what Christian Science has done for me.
I wish to witness to the help which Christian Science has brought me.
About two years ago I fell a victim to an automobile accident.
In January, 1912, I was taken ill with what seemed at first a very severe attack of stomach trouble.
I send this testimony with gratitude for the many blessings received in Christian Science.
It is with sincere gratitude that I give my testimony to the wondrous power of divine Truth as revealed through Christian Science, hoping by a life of love to show my gratitude, so many have been the blessings received during the four years I have been studying its teachings.
I am impelled to write to tell others how grateful I am for my healing in Christian Science, which I consider a great manifestation of the power of God.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.