Humanity is so unaccustomed, indeed so unable, to think metaphysically that it permits the evidence of facts, under its very eyes, either to escape it entirely, or else it is guilty of misconstruing it.
Permit me to thank you for your timely editorial, "Steady in the Boat.
The healing of the sick in accordance with the command of Christ Jesus cannot be in opposition to true Christianity.
For a revivalist to state that Christian Science is "ninety-one per cent humbug" and to classify it with "Hindooism," shows his ignorance of this particular subject, as well as his utter disregard for the opinions and convictions of an ever increasing multitude of intelligent people who are finding their salvation in Christian Science.
Christian Scientists know that divine Love alone blesses and saves; that prejudice, misrepresentation, attack, only divide, inflame, and distract Christians from "the race that is set before us,"—namely, to be more Godlike.
The review of a book on mental healing in the Register, apparently for the reason that it was supposed to give an accurate explanation of Christian Science healing, was gratifying, even though the supposition was not correct.
"Inclosed please find check for one hundred dollars to be applied to the War Relief fund.
At the present time death, which has been the great argument of error down the ages, is being challenged.
We are not surprised in these days when we hear that some one who was reported dead is alive, and we can easily guess the well-nigh overwhelming joy of those most concerned individually in such cases.
To love one's neighbor as one's self and to do unto others as one would be done by are different statements of the same rule.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Frank Bell, a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, in the church edifice, Norway, Falmouth, and St.
Lecture notices can be printed in a particular number of the Sentinel when they reach the editorial department twelve days preceding its date of publication.
It is due to Christian Science that I should give public testimony to the many benefits which I have derived from its teachings, and I gladly and gratefully do so.
The first time I heard the voice of Truth was when I was a little girl of ten years.
It is with the deepest sense of gratitude that I give testimony to what Christian Science has done for me.
A few months ago I met with a very serious accident, my hands being badly burned while I was using gasoline.
About eighteen years ago, when discussing religion with a gentleman who had lived for some time in Canada, some of the truths of Christian Science were brought to my notice without, however, being spoken of as the teachings of Christian Science.
I want to express my gratitude for all the benefits I have received since beginning to read Science and Health a year ago last spring.
For the past five years Christian Science has been my rock of refuge.
Having received so many blessings from Christian Science, and so much help from the testimonies in the Journal and Sentinel, I am writing this in the hope that I in turn may be the means of helping others.
The Bible says, "Freely ye have received, freely give.
When about seven years old I became subject to severe headaches, so that at times I was compelled to be absent from school.
It gives me much joy to express my gratitude for all the benefits I have received through Christian Science.
"Security," a collection of four short articles: "Conquest of Fear," "A Mother's Victory," "Home," "A Word of Cheer to a United States Soldier.