WHEN we stop to analyze the purpose of the Wednesday evening testimony meeting, we find that it is nothing short of an opportunity for encouragement, not only of the stranger within our gates, but of ourselves, those who have experienced the joy of healing in Christian Science.
ABOUT a year ago, while sitting on our side porch, my attention was called to a pretty young mango tree which was just bearing its first fruit.
Why does The Boston Post repeat what Billy Sunday says against other people's religions?
In an issue of the Ethical World a critic refers to the crudity, one-sidedness, and philosophic illiteracy of Christian Science.
Under the caption "The True Light," a correspondent refers to Christian Science in a manner that calls for some attention.
A prosecuting attorney with the privilege of formulating not only his questions but also the replies of witnesses, ought usually to be able to make out a poor record for the other side, however much he might violate justice in the process.
Christianity is that system of religion which was taught and practised by Jesus of Nazareth.
The Union contains an account of a sermon in which the rector deplores the lack of faith in the church.
In his sermon as reported, an evangelist attacks Christian Science.
SEE how the lily grows, so pure and fair, As if to do God's will, His love express; With leaves spread out in mute, unconscious prayer, Nor toils to weave so exquisite a dress.
WHEN Naaman, "captain of the host of the king of Syria," who had come with a letter from his royal master to the king of Israel to be healed of his leprosy, and was sent by him to the house of "Elisha the man of God," received the prophet's command, "Go and wash in Jordan seven times," evidently his dignity was offended, and his contempt for the prophet and his instructions was expressed in emphatic terms.
CHRISTIAN people in general, as well as other religionists, are supposed to understand the reason for the institution of the Sabbath, even though they may hold widely differing views as to its observance.
WHENCE comes the suggestion to the faithful Christian Scientist that it is time to retire from active work?
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
George Shaw Cook delivered a lecture on Christian Science at the Dallas Opera House.
Seventeen years ago, when a very sick man and in a sorry plight in many ways, I became a student of Christian Science.
I am a living monument of what divine Love through the study of Christian Science can do for suffering humanity, and feel that it is not only a duty but a great privilege to give this testimony, with a humble prayer that it may be a blessing and a spiritual uplift to others, as so many testimonies have been to me.
It is a duty as well as my greatest pleasure to tell of the blessings received from God through Christian Science.
I wish to express my deep gratitude for all the happiness and contentment which has come into my life through the study of Christian Science,—gratitude to God for this truth, and to our beloved Leader, Mrs.
I wish to express my gratitude, in part, for some of the blessings received through the study and application of Christian Science.
The healing of my boy ten years ago led me to investigate Christian Science.
For almost thirty years I suffered from a trouble which was variously diagnosed by medical men as lumbago, sciatica, kidney disease, and so on.
It is with a grateful heart that I wish to testify to the quick healing which I experienced through Christian Science two years ago.
Christian Science came to me at a time when the future seemed barren and gloomy indeed; now this teaching means more to me than I can ever express in words.
O CLEAR blue lake and bluer sky, Gray rocks along the shore, Amid the roar of the city streets You call me evermore!
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXT-BOOK, "SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES.