In the twenty-second chapter of Luke we find these words of Christ Jesus, spoken to Peter, "I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not: and when thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren.
Some one remarked a while ago that he did not see why the Bible contained so many commands to praise and to magnify God; but in Christian Science how easily and beautifully this is explained! To praise God, to exalt Him, to magnify Him continually, is the earnest desire of its every true representative.
There is nothing in this world for which mankind has a greater respect than matter, as matter is commonly conceived, and there is certainly nothing which less deserves its respect.
In the Bible we are admonished to "overcome evil with good.
Will you allow me to say a word with regard to the remarks on my letter to you, published in a recent issue?
It would be well for self-appointed critics of Christian Science to heed carefully Jesus' teaching concerning "the mote" and "the beam" and to "judge righteous judgment.
An extract from a sermon by Professor—,published in the Southern Cross, contains a reference to Christian Science in which he speaks of this religion as a fashionable form of racial folly, practising esoteric mysteries, the root of which, according to the professor, is an unspiritual thirst after a sign, after thaumaturgic wonders, and other things on the level of conjuring tricks.
In a recent issue the announcement of a public drama contains the mistaken statement that it will be of interest to Christian Scientists because it exploits mental suggestion.
What is thy faith who sayest, "I believeIn God the Father," and yet livest notAs if God were, and were thy Father too?
One of the many misconceptions of Christian Science which have found credence with those who have not studied this subject, and therefore are not in a position to judge its teachings fairly, is the belief that Mrs.
Throughout the Scriptures, especially in the Old Testament, are many references to foes, or enemies, which were probably regarded by the general thought as personified beliefs of evil.
Both self-respect and efficiency are conditioned in human experience by one's consciousness of his called and commission.
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
The introductory words of LeNoir White at the lecture on Christian Science by Virgil O.
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I endeavor to write this testimony of healing which I have experienced through the knowledge of God, good, as taught in Christian Science.
For several years I suffered from rheumatism and nervous troubles, and in addition to these ills I became afflicted in August, 1912, with local paralysis of the nerves of the right side, accompanied by a marked displacement of the shoulderblade.
I write this testimony in loving gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me.
In the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
Words cannot express our gratitude and thankfulness for what Christian Science has brought to us in the last few years.
A sense of deep gratitude impels me to tell of the many blessings which I and my family of eight members have received through Christian Science.
About six years ago a newspaper man who was stopping at our house told us one evening of the case of a business man who had been healed by Christian Science of total deafness.
It is with a sense of true happiness that I give this testimony to the power of Truth.
I will try to tell what Christian Science has done for me.
I am frequently asked if Christian Science has healed me of any serious ailment.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.