Two little children were playing one day, when the older, aged seven, began to describe her aches and ills.
Bibles for American soldiers and sailors, to be given by the Scripture Gift Mission of Philadelphia, will carry a foreword by President Wilson urging the troops to read diligently the Scriptures.
The value of newspapers and magazines in spreading religious beliefs is a fact that is thoroughly recognized by the Christian Science church, and in practically every public library you will find copies of the official publications of this church.
Many members of the clergy are apparently stirred by the acceptance by Christian Science of the dual, and yet single, command of the Master to preach the gospel and heal the sick.
It is well known that the growth of the Christian Science movement has been attended by a clamor of opposition, and particularly by a din of clergy.
In the report of a discourse in the Ealing Congregational Church, entitled "The Abolition of Death," the preacher is reported to have said: "Escape from death, pronounced possible by Mrs.
The report of a sermon delivered in Trenton by a revivalist contained certain allusion to Christian Science and to Mrs.
Our critic states: "The Bible says, 'It is appointed unto men once to die' ; but Mrs.
The Citizen prints a contribution by an official representative—the committee on publication for Ontario—of the Christian Science church, the World's youngest Christian denomination.
[This article was written by Mrs. Eddy in 1910. Its message is of vital importance to every Christian Scientist today.]
A Soldier on guard at a particular place has the definite responsibility of challenging with his "Who goes there?
The subject of the ark as it appears in Scripture and as it is explained in our Leader's writings, is of deep interest to students of Christian Science.
The habit of using the team labor to mean merely manual work springs from the materialism of the age.
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
I wish to bear testimony to what Christian Science has done for me in the last year.
From my earliest recollection I wondered why those who were supposed to know God were not able to turn to Him in times of sickness, want, or distress, and find their prayers answered as did Jesus' disciples and the early Christians.
I have been a student of Christian Science nearly four years, and although I have not made the progress or had the marvelous results expressed by many others, and feel that I lack much of having come to the full requirements of a true Christian Scientist, yet I have been marvelously blessed, physically, morally, socially, and in the business affairs of daily life.
I send this testimony in gratitude for my healing in Christian Science.
I was in a hopeless condition and on the verge of despair when Christian Science was recommended to me.
With deep gratitude I send this testimony of my healing through Christian Science.
Ten years ago I became a victim of nerve trouble which later terminated in neuritis.
Four years ago I accepted Christian Science earnestly.
Christian Science was taken up to meet the need of an unsettled, poverty stricken existence, which had followed in the wake of a long illness.
About three years ago I had an attack of blood-poisoning.
Some three years ago the aid of a Christian Science practitioner was sought for relief from mental trouble.
When thou in lowliness of heart dost waitOn Love, for answer to thy pleaArt list'ning for my voice, my will to know,—My peace I give.
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