How manifold are the promises of God to His children concerning their preservation, protection, and deliverance! In Genesis we read, "Behold, I am with thee, and will keep thee in all places whither thou goest;" again, in Revelation, "Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself shall be with them, and be their God.
The report of a lecture on Christian Science given by a clergyman, is interesting if for nothing else than as showing what this critic understands by Christianity and what he believes Christian Science to be.
You have said some very good things in your editorial on "Intolerance.
My attention has been attracted by a news item in the Advertiser which reported the proceedings of the international Sunday school convention at Chicago.
In a recent issue I notice the report of Archdeacon—'s sermon, in which he couples Christian Science with Buddhism and Mohammedanism because, as he states, its teachings have no personal call to Jesus.
Referring to a sermon quoted in a recent issue, it would seem that one who starts out to discredit Christian Science from the standpoint that nothing based on falsehood can last, would be most careful to avoid basing his own conclusions on anything other than the truth.
Undoubtedly one of the most vital questions in which humanity is interested is that of physical health.
It is sometimes a trying experience to the young and enthusiastic adherents of Christian Science, and ofttimes to those who have been longer grounded in the faith, to find that they are not exempt from trials and temptations, and that constant vigilance is needed to keep in the straight and narrow way which is the direct road to the kingdom and the Father's house of "many mansions.
He who has learned to bring the greatest spiritual truths into touch with the so-called lesser things of life, has discovered the secret of the solution of his problem.
There are few if any outside of the teachings of Christian Science who are awake to the fact that the flesh and Spirit "are contrary the one to the other," as St.
As announced at the annual meeting of The Mother Church, June 9, the readers elected for the ensuing term of three years are:—
Bliss Knapp gave a very interesting lecture on Christian Science, under the auspices of The Mother Church of Boston, in the Beacon Universalist church.
At the age of twelve I met with an accident and sustained an injury of the right thigh.
I feel it my duty to tell the readers of the Sentinel what wonderful things God has done for me.
It is a pleasure to give a testimony of my healing through Christian Science.
I have much reason to be grateful for all the help received through the Christian Science literature, and it is with a sense of real happiness that I send a testimony to the Sentinel, for I always feel, and with increasing gratitude, that this periodical was the means of bringing me to Christian Science.
At the end of the school term, June 16, 1911, my little daughter, aged seven, was taken with what materia medica calls St.
Since earliest childhood my fifteen-year-old son had been afflicted with what is called "long-sightedness" in a severe form, making it necessary for him to use strong glasses all the time.
Three and a half years ago a baby was born to me with a foot turned so that he would never be able to walk.
About eighteen months ago I heard a lecture on Christian Science in Oklahoma City, and this was my first knowledge of this teaching.
When I had suffered for weeks with attacks which nothing but an opiate seemed to relieve, and had been tortured with hot applications and baths, I begged my nurse not to give me any more, but she said she had to obey the doctor's instructions.
It is about eighteen years since I first took up the study of Christian Science for healing,—surely long enough for me to have absorbed all the excellent articles and testimonies given in our periodicals without expressing my gratitude for them.
With deep gratitude I write that my boy, eight years old, is now healed of bladder trouble as a result of Christian Science treatment.
It is with pleasure that I tell of my healing in Christian Science through the understanding of its Principle, as taught in the writings of Mrs.
Christian Science was presented to me at a time when I seemed to need it most.
I feel so much gratitude for the happiness that Christian Science has brought into my life, that I am writing my testimony in the hope that some one may be helped and encouraged by reading it.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.