IN reading the Bible, both in the Old Testament and in the New, we occasionally meet the word stumbling-block, which is defined by lexicographers as a difficulty or impediment.
JOSHUA the son of Nun, and Caleb the son of Jephunneh, alone of the twelve sent to investigate the promised land by Moses, returned a verdict true to the law of progress, as stated by Caleb when he said, "Let us go up at once and possess it; for we are well able to overcome it.
The suggestion of the American Medical Association for a Federal "board of medical licensure" should be carefully gone into by the people generally.
Some one has written to this journal asking it to advocate a quarantine by Atlantic City against children coming from New York.
Our critic has confused the latest theories of natural science with the teachings of Christian Science, and thereby results the "wild nonsense" of which he complains.
I have read the communication of a correspondent that appeared in a recent issue of the Times Herald, and appreciate his complimentary remarks concerning the work of Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, and author of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," the text-book of Christian Science; but I am somewhat surprised to find that, after admitting that "this extraordinary doctrine of Christian Science purports to revive, explain, and practise the lost power of divine healing," the correspondent adds: "Christian Science church-members will probably understand it.
A doctor endeavored, as reported, to belittle Christian Science by picturing it after fifty years from its discovery as a melancholy failure, "waiting, hoping for the dismal, hopeless afterwhile.
O THOU that ploddest day by day Along earth's weary, stony way, Whose heart is bowed with sorrow, care, Come, rest—behold Truth's vista fair!
IT is almost an axiom that everybody would accept and conform to truth, if they really knew it to be the truth.
IN the great readjustment of world affairs now going forward, the control of the sea must eventually ensure the control of the earth.
ONE of the meanings of the verb to try is to attempt, or to put forth an effort, and it is simply astonishing how often trying is made to take the place in human experience of actual doing.
A copy of the Index to Volume XVIII of the Christian Science Sentinel will be sent free of charge to any subscriber upon request, but will not be enclosed with No.
Bicknell Young, who gave a lecture on Christian Science in Evans Hall, was introduced by Mrs.
My first experience with Christian Science was in June, 1907, when I was taken suddenly ill with typhoid fever.
A sense of deep gratitude to God impels me to testify to the many blessings which have come to me through Christian Science.
The summer of 1912 found my wife and myself in the deepest distress, for our son, then twenty-seven years of age, was suffering from a malady which had been pronounced incurable by several of the most eminent specialists of the state.
As I have received so much from Christian Science, I must express my gratitude.
My healing in Christian Science has been slow, but I most joyfully bring my "tithes," as I have been much encouraged by reading the testimonies of others.
For several summers prior to the fall of 1907 I was afflicted with malarial fever.
Several years ago I obtained a copy of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
I would like to express my gratitude for the beautiful demonstration made some time ago for my sister's daughter, then only ten months old.
As the result of my study of Christian Science for the past seven years, I have experienced a wonderful restoration of mental and physical activity, and this after two medical doctors had induced me to abandon my occupation because in their opinion my health was rapidly declining on account of constant mental effort on my part since the days of the Crimean War.
I wish to express my gratitude for the healing that has come to me through Christian Science.
I am happy to express my gratitude for the spiritual and physical help our family have found in Christian Science.
It is with a heart full of joy and gratitude to God that I acknowledge the many benefits received through Christian Science.
Love rules ! Let that suffice To ease thy pain, And afterwhile, what good thou'st seemed to lose Thou'lt find again.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXT-BOOK, "SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES.