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Boundless as the vast blue skyIs the thought when lifted high;Fragrant as the spring's sweet scentIs the mind that doth repent;Nurtured as the beauteous flowerIs the life that knows Love's power;Joyous as the lark in MayIs the sense that learns the way;Peaceful as the gentlest seaIs the heart at-one with Thee.
A recent critic has for weeks past been insisting on the reality of matter, as though no natual scientist had ever questioned it, and has been pouring contempt on the teaching of the unreality of matter as if the ranks of the great thinkers, from Plato to Lord Kelvin, had never known an idealist.
Your article in the Free Press of recent date would create the impression that to "just imagine that things are all right and they will be all right" is Christian Science teaching.
My attention has been called to a reference to Christian Science which appeared in your paper in the account of a lecture on "Healing: Physical, Mental, and Spiritual," given under the auspices of the Theosophical Society.
My attention has been called to a report in your paper of the death in Brooklyn of Mrs.
In dealing with the subject of life, Mrs.
The article from the Transvaal Leader which appeared in a recent issue, entitled "Prayer and the Sick," may be regarded as a sign of the times, and is a welcome indication of the change which is taking place in the thoughts of mankind.
The following heretofore unpublished letter from our revered Leader to the Christian Science Board of Directors, is herewith shared with the whole field because of its wise counsel to all Christian Scientists.
An article which recently appeared in The Churchman, gives such evidence of a change in the beliefs of Christians about the responsibility of God for the sicknesses and distresses of mankind, that we are impelled to quote from it as follows:—
Chastisement is a term little understood, even by Christian people who are familiar with the Scriptural references to it.
How pleasant it is, these summer days, to think of the many long-confined workers who in their turn are reveling in the freedom of the woods and fields and sky! The plea for escape from drudgery, the privilege of action that is impelled by natural impulse and not by grim necessity,—how instinctive and normal it is! More than this, how universal and appealing its protest against the saddening fact that there are so many faithful and worthy toilers to whom a vacation is quite unknown! Surely nothing can add a sweeter note to the Christian Scientist's outing program than the consciousness that with his own hands, in kindly, generous ways, he has provided some "shut-in," for a little time at least, with the sweet sunlight and fragrant air of a larger life.
A lecture on Christian Science by the Rev.
My thanks increase to praise, and thought rises to the throne of the Almighty! Like the Virgin Mother I can say, "My soul doth magnify the Lord, and my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour.
I wish to give my testimony to the healing power of Christian Science.
I am glad to testify to the healing power of God through Christian Science.
Whenever I read or hear read the story of the raising of Jairus' daughter, I am reminded of a demonstration that came to me more than eight years ago.
In the summer of 1911, I felt very unhappy, as I had given untimely birth to a lifeless child, and although doctor and professor declared that there was no reasonable cause for this particular incident, I regarded it as the consequence of the condition of constant fear in which I had lived during the preceding period.
An overwhelming sense of gratitude prompts me to tell what Christian Science has done for me.
I am glad to be able to testify to the many benefits Christian Science has brought into my life.
It is just four years since I began to study Christian Science.
I send this testimony in loving gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me, with the hope that it may be the means of helping others.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science And Health With Key To The Scriptures.