The sun is always shiningAnd the sky is always blue,For our vision of the beautifulIs one with what is true,As the prayer of understandingPierces through the clouds of sense,And our hearts sing at the knowledgeOf God's omnipotence.
The notion that a satisfying life can be gained by death is one of the most palpable errors of human thought.
The clerical critic who is quoted in a recent issue as disapproving of Christian Science, because in his opinion its appeal is only to the "educated class," might well be recommended to a fellow clergyman who in a neighboring Pennsylvania city a few weeks ago declared that persons of education could not be attracted to Christian Science.
Jesus said: "They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.
You inquire, "Is there on earth another legislative body besides the United States Senate which would listen to, or pretend to listen to, and admit in full to its official minutes, a five-hour lecture on Christian Science?
Christian Science explains the life and words and work of Jesus the Christ, and shows how his teachings are as practicable today as when he walked the Galilean shore, healing the sick and the sinning.
However many of us may differ in our religious opinions, there is much food for thought in the excellent address on Christian Science given by Bicknell Young in the high school.
Most critics realize today that there is little hope of successfully combating Christian Science by merely declaring that it does not heal.
The comment on Christian Science practitioners in a recent issue is misleading.
If it is hard for us, amid these little ills of life, to keep God's providence continually in view, and if we hesitate, in every struggle, to step out of the commonplaces of life into the presence of the Divine, then life ought to appear to us at least an art, if not a duty.
Complaint is sometimes made by members and others who attend the services in Christian Science churches, that not all who come to these services are as considerate of the rights of those within their immediate vicinity as they should be.
Human life is full of what Phillips Brooks named "withheld completions.
Students of the Bible find therein many statements respecting the divine voice being heard by those who were spiritually prepared to hear it.
The next admission of candidates will be June 4, 1915.
I hope that my testimony may prove a blessing to some poor sufferer seeking for health and happiness.
I give my testimony in grateful acknowledgment of the many blessings which have come to me through Christian Science.
I am glad to tell others of the good that has come to me through Christian Science.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude that I ponder over the innumerable blessings which have come to me and my family since taking up the study of Christian Science.
For two or three years I wore glasses when setting type or reading, the difficulty seeming to be a structural defect of the eye; then in 1902 a Chicago oculist said I must wear them all the time.
As the mother of a large family, my heart goes out in love and gratitude to that good woman whom we are privileged to call our Leader, for all she has done for me and mine through her book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
I want to acknowledge with heartfelt gratitude some of the benefits we have received through Christian Science.
I want to testify to the healing power of Christian Science.
A few years ago I had a very beautiful proof of the power of Truth to heal almost instantaneously.
The Father called His child.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.