"Blessed is he," the world's wise Master taught,"Whoe'er shall not offended be in me.
When Jesus received word from Mary and Martha that their brother Lazarus was sick, he abode two days still in the place where he was and then said to his disciples, "Our friend Lazarus sleepeth; but I go, that I may awake him out of sleep.
The kindly spirit in which the speaker at Christ Church Cathedral touched upon the subject of Christian Science, as reported in The Times, will be appreciated by Christian Scientists.
Apparently our critic is not familiar with the tenets of the Christian Science church as given on page 497 of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
A sorry spectacle is presented when a preacher so far forgets the example and precept of Jesus as to assail the one class of Christians who are endeavoring to obey the dual, inseparable, and irrevocable command of the Master to preach the gospel and heal the sick.
One who admits that he is mixed as to his concept of the nature of God and His attributes, as does the correspondent in a recent issue, is hardly justified in criticizing the religious views of others.
A book reviewed entitled "Health First: The Fine Art of Living," contained several references to Christian Science that call for correction.
The questioning and longing search of mankind is well expressed by Job, "Where is the way where light dwelleth?
In one of his discourses, as found in the twentieth chapter of Acts, Paul reminds his listeners of these words of Christ Jesus: "It is more blessed to give than to receive.
Humanity is first awakened by its glimpse of man's true nature.
In order to be better prepared to give spiritual help in the Army and Navy through Christian Science literature and in other ways, it is desired to secure the names and present complete mail address of all officers and men in the military, naval, or aero service of the United States and of its allies, who are Christian Scientists or who have shown an interest in Christian Science.
In deep thankfulness to God and gratitude to Mrs.
During the time that I have been a student of Christian Science, whenever this teaching has been applied with all sincerity and an understanding of God as Supreme Being and of man's relation to Him, it has never failed.
I have greatly desired to be able to give a complete testimony with unreserved gratitude for the many blessings which I and my dear relatives have received through several years' study of Christian Science, the religion of Truth, Love, and Life.
With a heart full of love and gratitude for all that Christian Science has done for me and mine, I send this testimony, hoping it will help some weary seeker after Truth.
When the truth about God, man, and the spiritual creation came to my notice, I was a man of the world, so to speak, a habitual user of tobacco, addicted to vulgarity and all evil speaking, unconsciously using profane language without any provocation whatever.
It is more than eight years since Christian Science awakened me to the truth about God and man, and so effected a wonderful work in my life, healing me of nervous prostration, or as physicians pronounced it, neurasthenia.
For about twenty years it seemed necessary for me to wear a support for a weakness resulting from internal injuries.
In March, 1913, I was healed through Christian Science after having been a great sufferer from headaches since I was twelve years old.
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me and mine.
"To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings" is the opening sentence of the Preface to "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
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