Amid the crowded clamor of the way,The noisy mart within the temple gate,—The bickering who will or will not pay,Covetousness that stalketh soon and late,The lust for gain which quickly turns to hate,Or ruthless thrusts the weaker to the wall,While some of justice make a show, and prateThat he who fell no doubt deserved the fall,—O Thou most just, upon Thy name we call!Thou holdst the balance in Thine unseen hands;Be Thou with us when foemen would enthrall.
In a recent issue, under the heading of "The Healing of the Mind," you say that you wish some doctor would write sympathetically and with practical knowledge of what is comprehensively known as faith-healing.
The report in the Star of a sermon delivered at Bethany Park, credits a minister from Columbus with statements which show a lack of correct information on his part.
The opinion expressed by a speaker quoted in a recent issue, concerning Mrs.
If Christian Science were what our critic claims it to be, there would be nothing left to consider, because there would be neither Christian Science nor Christian Scientists; but fortunately for all, the truth it teaches enables every one to prove each step of the way in individual consciousness.
When the critic of Canon McClure's recent book set out to criticize that book in the columns of your newspaper, it would have been wiser and in better taste had be confined himself to that object.
My attention has been drawn to a paragraph in a recent issue, in which the term "faith-healing" is used as if it were synonymous with Christian Science, and I will ask you to allow me to say that there is a very great gulf fixed between what is known as faith-healing and the practice of Christian Science.
An article in a recent issue indicates your appreciation of Christian Science, and I am therefore sure you will be glad to correct a misapprehension that might occur from reading the statement in your columns.
The Lord my shepherd is; I knowNo lack of guidance, good, or grace;He leadeth me where'er I go,And maketh clear the path I trace.
In the August 20 issue of Life, attention is called to the efforts of organized physicians to secure legislation such as they desire, obstensibly for the public interest.
Partizanship is usually associated with politics,—for which there is certainly no lack of occasion,—and thought of as mildly offensive.
As students of Christian Science we undertake to declare daily for ourselves the protecting and governing power of divine Love, and to "watch and pray to be delivered from all evil, from prophesying, judging, condemning, counseling, influencing or being influenced erroneously".
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
The Opera House was well filled by an interested audience, who heard a fine lecture on Christian Science by Virgil O.
About seven years ago I was ill with a very puzzling liver trouble.
A few years ago, after the birth of a child, I became sick in mind and body, and to my great sorrow I was obliged to leave the baby and seek help in other surroundings.
Revenge and the desire to take another's life for a seeming wrong heaped upon me, made me hate the world and all it contained.
With a heart full of gratitude, I send this testimony of the healing power of Truth.
The all-power of God as taught in Christian Science came to me wonderfully in two demonstrations.
It gives me great pleasure to tell of my healing in Christian Science.
I owe Christian Science endless gratitude, greater than any words can express, for it has healed me, and helped me in every possible way.
One Saturday in August, 1912, I was stricken with a severe cold, which settled on my lungs, the latter becoming so congested that breathing was experienced with difficulty.
"Can you tell me the way to joy?
[The Universalist Leader]
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.