THE high value which our Leader attached to the giving of testimony at the Wednesday evening meetings is shown by the statement in <a class="tome-reference"
The assertion of a New York clergyman, which the Eagle has reported, that Mrs.
If we look below the surface of human life, we find that many of its mistakes and tragedies are due to the fact that a sense of injustice is being harbored in thought.
The objections of the Denver clergyman who recently attacked Christian Science in your city, seem to be on the basis that Christian Science does not teach according to his theological beliefs.
It is a riddle how our clerical critic can write that Christian Science is liable to weaken morality and that it abandons the distinction between good and evil.
In an issue of the Tribune mention is made of a lecture in which the lecturer is quoted as stating that Christian Scientists "declare religion to be merely a system of bodily healing.
Christian Science is proving the truth of the Master's statement, "He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also," by healing the sick and reforming the sinner; and in the cry of "devil," humbug," "fraud," "imposition," and the like, we are reminded of the Scriptural account of the Pharisees' accusation that the great Master cast out devils "by Beelzebub the prince of the devils.
HUMAN existence is so largely made up of conscious and unconscious beliefs in the reality of matter and of evil, that he who would measurably demonstrate the allness of God, good, must keep himself well schooled and alert not only in the constant practice of his best sense of right doing, but also in an attempt to analyze every thought, motive, and expression in its right relationship to the first commandment, "Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
THE suggestion that an individual cannot afford to give virtually declares that he is not ready to receive.
STUDENTS of Christian Science may well ponder deeply the counsel of the Master with respect to prayer, and also that given by Mrs.
I rejoice with many others in being able to testify to the power of Truth.
Like unnumbered thousands I am profoundly grateful for the manifold blessings received through the ministration of Christian Science.
I do not know of any one who has more reason than myself to be grateful for Christian Science healing, both physical and spiritual.
When in October, 1913, divine Love directed my steps to the door of a Christian Science practitioner, I was overcome with discouragement on account of business conditions, broken in health, and weakened in faith in God.
I am glad to give this testimony, as it shows so clearly the futility of material means when compared with spiritual might.
In September, 1911, I was healed of the liquor habit and attendant evils through Christian Science treatment, and in a manner that left no doubt of the activity of some power at that time unknown to me.
I became acquainted with the benefits which Christian Science bestows upon mankind following a serious illness of my husband.
I want to tell of my cure through Christian Science of the drug habit.
Several years ago I was what is called a semiinvalid.
Words can never express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me.
I am thankful for the opportunity to express my gratitude for the many benefits received through the truth that our revered Leader, Mrs.
The testimonies in the Sentinel have always been such a help and inspiration to me that it is a privilege to give expression to my own gratitude for Christian Science healing.
In gratitude to God I am glad to tell of my healing, with the hope that some other sufferer may be led to accept Christian Science.
O friend, from out my little store I give thee truth, and more and more Would I impart, wert thou to listen.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXT-BOOK, "SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES.