In his superb exhortation to unity, as given in the fourth chapter of Ephesians, Paul pleads for "one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all.
Weary of trying to soar,Weary of flying and falling,Nestlings are coming once moreHome to the mother-love's calling.
In a recent issue of the Medical Times there is a note about a Christian Scientist who had scarlet fever, and who was chased from Wallington to Bexhill by two doctors in a motorcar.
Under the caption "Takes Issue with Christian Scientist," I find in a recent issue a series of objections to Christian Science by one who signs himself "Subscriber.
No well-informed person would say that Christian Science denies the reality of sin, without adding the explanation that the term "reality," as used in this connection, relates wholly to things spiritual and eternal, and not to material life or human beings.
Christianity is capable of accurate definition.
The "Observer" quietly dropped into a seat in the Christian Science church last Sunday morning and was charmed with the quiet character of the entire service.
The minister who has recently set forth the teachings of his faith through your columns, states with some show of satisfaction that the church for which he speaks has nothing new to offer in its doctrinal beliefs, and is therefore opposed to Christian Science, which, he leaves us to infer, is a religious makeshift of modern invention, unorthodox, and so of course untenable.
The public of Rochdale and vicinity are indebted to the Times for the excellent report of the opening of the new Christian Science church in Castlemere street.
At eventide I'm thinking of that night long years agoWhen wondering shepherds watched their flocks and saw avision glow;And e'en to me their vision comes—a glorious angel throng;My heart o'erflows with gladness, I hear the rapturous song;And as I listen, rapt before the Truth, the Life, the Love,the light,There surely now is born to me a Saviour dear tonight!
One of the very encouraging signs of the times among Christian Scientists is that in the testimonies given in the churches and through the Sentinel and Journal, there occurs again and again some reference to the great good that has come to the persons giving these testimonies, through the study of the Bible and Science and Health.
As generally understood, freedom means the possession of the unobstructed privilege and power to do as one pleases.
In the epistle to the Ephesians we read of "the whole family in heaven and earth," a thought so comprehensive as to make one pause and compare it with the ordinary concept of family ties.
The next admission of candidates will be June 5, 1914.
It is with deep gratitude that I write this testimony of my healing in Christian Science, for through the understanding of the text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
After witnessing the healing of my mother by Christian Science I took up its study, for I realized that it must be the same truth which Jesus taught and practised.
My first acquaintance with Christian Science came about in letting furnished rooms eleven years ago in St.
I became interested in Christian Science in the summer of 1905 through the healing of friends.
One morning I woke up feeling very unwell, my throat troubling me a good deal; but I went to business as usual, trying to realize the truth of being.
It is with a grateful heart that I wish to tell of the blessings I have received through Christian Science.
Gratitude for divine Love, made manifest through quick deliverance from pain that seemed to be unbearable, impels me to give expression to it in this testimony.
In the spring of 1913 my brother was suddenly taken ill.
With deep thankfulness to God for Christian Science, and with gratitude to Mrs.
I was troubled for a good many years with catarrh and related ailments, for which I had tried a number of doctors and all kinds of medicine.
I wish to contribute my mite, hoping some one may be benefited by my testimony, as I have been by those I have read, year after year, in the Sentinel and Journal.
I am very thankful for the help I have received through Christian Science.
Tempestuous winds do blowO're the angry, restless sea:How sweet that I yet may knowLove keepeth mine and me!
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.