Cease thy repining, O my heart!"Be still, for I am here,"—The voice of Christ yet echoingRebukes the selfish tear.
When will clericals learn that it is no part of the religion of Christ Jesus to attack—in the pulpit or out of it—the sincere religious convictions of their neighbors whose understanding of the Nazarene's teachings differs from their own?
In an interesting report of an address on Christian Science we are glad to see a clergyman dealing with this subject in a fair, open minded way; we are glad he has recognized "the immense amount of good in its teaching.
Above all else, and unquestionably to a degree not approached by any other religious denomination, Christian Science finds its authority in a strict and spiritual interpretation of the Scriptures from beginning to end.
The statement attributed to the Rev.
Christian Science, or Christ's Christianity, differentiates between the temporal and the eternal, the material and the spiritual, the mortal and the immortal.
During the past forty years, since Mrs.
The recognition and understanding of the fact that God never violates His laws, that despite some one's misguided faith and mistaken zeal they never cease to operate, and that they are perfect and enduring, established "in truth and uprightness," as the psalmist says, places mankind in an intelligent and absolutely right mental attitude toward evil in all its phases.
The evangelist who by printed handbills, over his signature, circulated in Moscow during a series of revivals in his church, linked the Christian Scientist in a class with the "adulterer, the seducer, the unclean, the murderer, the drunkard, the thief, the godless," and other criminal and sinful offenders, has gone so far beyond the limits of propriety and truth that not even his priestly office can protect him from the accusation of having stated that which he could not but know to be untrue.
When revolutions occur it is man's laws only, not God's, that are affected.
"Who shall roll us away the stone?
The war relief fund of The Mother Church will be continued during the period of the war.
A maxim well known to business men is that the man who is to succeed in selling his wares must give his attention to presenting their merits rather than to dwelling upon the faults, or alleged faults, of his competitor or his competitor's goods.
Greed and fear at work in commerce produce warfare, and non-combatants are the principal sufferers.
In the second chapter of Isaiah's prophecy we find a declaration of truth which is of intense significance to the student of Christian Science at the present hour.
"I am writing to express my gratitude for the recent move made by the Publishing Society to increase the prices on our periodicals.
Freely I have received, freely I would give.
A few years ago a gentleman arose at a Wednesday evening meeting and said that a person who attended the testimony meetings week after week and did not express his gratitude for benefits received, was like a sponge which soaked up water and gave nothing in return.
On June 9, 1914, I was a physical, mental, and moral wreck from the continued use of alcohol.
When I first heard of Christian Science I was a physical wreck, having suffered from stomach trouble for nine years.
I would like to express my gratitude for the many blessings that have come to me through the study and application of Christian Science.
It is with a grateful heart that I testify to the quick healing through Christian Science of our fourteen year old daughter of scarlet fever and a serious throat condition.
It is about nine years since I became interested in Christian Science.
I wish to express gratitude for the many blessings received in my home through Christian Science.
About five years ago I was instantaneously healed through Christian Science of chronic throat trouble.
Over five years ago I was healed through Christian Science of the tobacco habit, profanity, and many small ailments.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.