"Ye that stand in the house of the Lord," the psalmist writes, "in the courts of the house of our God, praise the Lord.
In the chapter on Genesis in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" Mrs.
The first mistake made by our critic is his classification of Christian Science as a mere human philosophy.
Christian Science does not say that there is no sin, in the sense that there is no problem of sin.
The attack on Christian Science reported in a recent issue reminds one of the persecution of Jesus of Nazareth by the religious leaders in his day.
In a column of a recent issue, entitled "Powers of Darkness," these words appear: "The Christian Scientist seeks to have his sickness cured by power from the depth of the unseen.
In a reported sermon a clergyman makes an unwarranted and unfair attack on Christian Science and Christian Scientists.
A lady evangelist delivered a sermon against Christian Science, as reported in the Times, and when referring to the man who was stripped, wounded, and left half dead on the road leading from Jerusalem to Jericho, as related by Jesus in the story of the good Samaritan, said that "Christian Scientists would tell us that this man wasn't sick, that there was nothing wrong with him, but Jesus said he 'fell among thieves,' who 'wounded him, and departed, leaving him half dead.
In a report of a sermon, given in the Citizen, it is said that the pastor objected to Christian Science as discrediting the evidence of one's senses.
Recently, in reply to the question "Do you consider Christian Science a religion?
When Jesus blessed and brake the few loaves and fishes and fed a multitude with what had seemed sufficient for the needs of only a small family, he did much more than simply to satisfy the hunger of those who had assembled to hear him expound the word of God.
Drafting for service becomes necessary when humanity lacks sufficient inspiration to volunteer.
The question is occasionally raised by those outside Christian Science, and even by those who are somewhat interested, why a sick person should go to a fellow being for help; and the argument is on this wise: Is not God just as willing to hear and answer the prayers of one person as another?
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Because of his absence from the country Clarence C.
When Christian Science found me I was in the depths of despondency through sorrow and lack caused by long illness of myself and other members of my family.
It is with a deep some of gratitude that I acknowledge God's goodness to me, for when divine Truth lifted the dark clouds that had been hanging over me for years, all became as bright and beautiful as if a new world had been revealed.
During the month of June, 1910, an abscess formed on the ball of my right eye.
With a heart full of gratitude to God I gladly testify to the benefits received through the study of Christian Science.
In gratitude for blessings that have come to us through Christian Science I wish to add my testimony to the many others given in our periodicals.
With the countless numbers who are today acknowledging the wonderful blessings that have come to them through the study and application of Christian Science, I too feel deeply grateful that my feet were directed into the straight and narrow path, for all that I am I owe to this teaching.
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I wish to testify to the great help and the blessings which have come to me through Christian Science.
With gratitude for having been able to realize God's omnipotence in regard to a painless childbirth, I feel I must give my testimony.
In 1901, when I had been making two years; college work fit into one year, Christian Science was brought to my attention through the help it gave my mother, who had been an invalid for several years.
Over eighteen years ago I first heard of Christian Science.
I was indeed a weary pilgrim, wandering hungry and athirst in the desert, when a messenger of this Christ-teaching presented Christian Science to me.
I have long wished to express my heartfelt gratitude for the loving protection, peace, and joy that Christian Science has given me and is affording me here in France.
It is a happy privilege to acknowledge the many blessings received through Christian Science.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXT-BOOK, "SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES.