I Give to God this will of mine;And in exchange His will divineDecrees, as to His only Son,Reward for well-fought battles won.
There is never any particular advantage to be gained by chasing the meaning of words through a dictionary, words, that is to say, which are found in the Bible.
It seems an honest query, worthy of an answer, which has been raised by the gentleman from Ohio relative to the healing of animals by Christian Science.
Our critic is reported as saying that sickness is a real, substantial fact.
The statement made in a letter advocating the use of a certain patent medicine, by one who is styled "A Teacher of New Thought," to the effect that New Thought is "akin to Christian Science" is erroneous.
"Two Sunday services are now being held at Great Lakes, Illinois, one at the main camp and one at Camp Perry.
In the book of Daniel we are told how the weary king, after his night of fasting and sleepless humiliation at being tricked by his courtiers, rose early and came with haste to the den of lions into which Daniel had been thrust, and "cried with a lamentable voice unto Daniel," saying, "O Daniel, servant of the living God, is thy God, whom thou servest continually, able to deliver thee from the lions?
There is no affiliation between truth and error, love and hate, life and death.
With strange inconsistency the human mind sometimes regards fear as an easy virtue, but when it is labeled cowardice metes out to it the severest condemnation.
The Editor has been requested by the Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy to remind all churches, societies, and organizations listed in The Christian Science Journal that it is important to have their reports on the free distribution of Christian Science literature for the year ending October 31, 1918, sent in before November 30.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
I feel it would not be right for me to withhold any longer a written testimony of the great help Christian Science has been to me since I have been in France.
I have had many healings through the teachings of Christian Science, but the one which has seemed most wonderful was that of stomach trouble.
I desire to express my thankfulness for what Christian Science has done for me.
I am indeed grateful for the teachings of Christian Science.
It is eleven years since I began to study Christian Science and through the teachings of this wonderful truth learned the import of our Leader's words, "To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings".
Language is inadequate to describe the maze of circumstances which finally led me to the wonderful truth about God, man, and creation as revealed to this age in Christian Science.
I wish to express my thanks for the healing which I received through Christian Science.
I feel that no one has greater reason for being grateful to Christian Science than I have.
Feeling that perhaps my experience may aid a fellow traveler on his way, I think it my duty.
I am deeply grateful for the understanding I have of Christian Science; it has helped me in many ways.
I wish to give my testimony as to what Christian Science has done for me.