Many times through the year do Christian Scientists pause to offer thanks to God for the ever-ascending pathway outlined by our Lesson-Sermons in the refreshing and healing references given us month after month, and also for the demonstrations which follow their study.
People have differed about almost everything involved in the destiny of mankind, but there is one point on which thoughtful men are quite generally agreed.
Within less than half a century Christian Science has been discovered, propounded to the world, and accepted by a large number of thinking people.
If it were true, as stated in the summary of a sermon in a recent issue, that the practice of Christian Science is merely mind over matter, or Mr.
A recent copy of Emanu-El contains an article entitled "Jews and Christian Science," by Dr.
As reported in a recent issue, under the caption "Miracles of Jesus," Dr.
O blessed means of ease, whereby to bringOur burdens, hopes, ambitions to His feetIn meekness, trusting in His mercy sweet,—The worthiness of our eternal King!Thus to the winds may we our worries fling,For faith is honored at the mercy-seat;According to His will must we entreat,For then the song of victory we may sing.
There is a natural desire on the part of the majority of the beneficiaries of Christian Science to understand why and how it is that they have been healed, even after materia medica has pronounced them hopeless or incurable.
Nothing could be more definite or more inclusive than the requirement of the first commandment of the decalogue, and nothing more manifest or more lamentable than the universality of mankind's disobedience thereto.
The human mind has always regarded spiritual things as mysterious, and this fact receives due consideration from prophets, apostles, and Christ Jesus himself.
My interest in Christian Science was awakened through the reading of some copies of the Sentinel and the Journal given to me by a friend.
I am so thankful for what Christian Science has done for me that I feel I want to give my testimony to the world, with the hope that it may benefit others and be the means of leading them to our loving Father.
I am one who can truly say I have come out of great tribulation.
I wish to testify to the wonderful healing that took place in my family.
I wish to express my gratitude for all the benefits received through the study and practice of Christian Science.
I feel it a duty to write my testimony, it being only another witness to the truth contained in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
Twenty-five years ago I came to Christian Science, not for physical healing, but because this teaching was presented to me as a beautiful religion.
Words cannot express my gratitude to Christian Science for the wonderful healing of my little girl.
Christian Science was first brought to my notice by a friend who had left our chapel and Sunday school for the study of this teaching, and being concerned about his leaving the truth, as I then thought, I decided to study the subject myself in order to show him where he was wrong.
My purpose in sending my testimony to the Sentinel is twofold,—primarily to help some earnest seeker who wishes to know if Christian Science really does heal and if it helps one to a clearer understanding of God, but also to express my thankfulness to God and to let the many kind friends who helped me to an understanding of the truth know that they did help, both by words and actions, even though I paid no attention at the time.
In August, 1911, I went into the country, and after being there about three weeks I was taken with whooping-cough very severely.
I wish to express my thankfulness to God for Christian Science and what it has done for me.
It is with deep gratitude that I tell of a blessing I have received in Christian Science.
Ring soft, ring low, thought-bells in my heart,For attuned by Love you're wingingAn angel-truth to some burdened one,That awakes to join your singing.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.