I know that God is ev'rywhere!For when I seek Him anywhere,I find Him there.
Jesus of Nazareth, preaching, in the First Century, to the shepherds and fishermen, to the laborers and artisans, of Galilee and Judaea, spoke to them with a marvelous simplicity which revealed the deep things of God in a way which they, equally with the cultivated Pharisee and the scribe, the Sadducee and the physician, were able to comprehend.
Christian Scientists are not afraid to come out into the open, as a critic seems to think.
The evangelist who spoke recently at the Baptist Church declared, according to report, that Mrs.
One is reminded of the fable of the sowers of dragon's teeth by the antituberculosis campaign now being conducted in this city.
In an item which recently appeared in the Telegram, after stating that The First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Boston, had announced an expenditure of $500,000 for the relief of war sufferers, wonder was expressed how Christian Science can justify the pains and sufferings that now exist, since it teaches that illness is a mental evil.
On Sunday, February 17, 1918, there took place on one of the battleships stationed at Boston Navy Yard, Charles-town, Massachusetts, the first official Christian Science service to be held in the United States Navy.
A regiment was marching down a city street, its steady footfall as the tread of a giant.
There are moments in the history of men and nations when eloquent silence seems to reign.
It is not possible to study the gospels without noting the emphasis laid by Christ Jesus upon the instructions given to his twelve disciples at the time when they were nominated by him for the service of God and humanity.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Dr.
Province of Quebec, Canada.
The next admission of candidates will be May 31, 1918.
Lecture notices must reach the Editorial Department not later than twelve days preceding the date of the Sentinel in which they are to appear.
When I began to study Christian Science, three years ago, I was very antagonistic toward it for some unknown reason, although I knew nothing about it.
I am truly grateful to Christian Science for the great good it is to me.
I humbly send this testimony as a tithe into the storehouse, hoping that it may prove a blessing to some seeker for Truth.
I would like to give my testimony through the Sentinel in gratitude to God for all His goodness and for the many blessings which I have received since taking up the study of Christian Science.
It has been about two years since I found the divine Principle of being which cleanses us from all the ills of the flesh.
Although I knew for years of the many wonderful healings through Christian Science in my parents' and sisters' homes, I would have nothing to do with it.
My heart is overflowing with love and gratitude for Christian Science, and I send my testimony in the hope that it may bring help and courage to others.
It is a joy and a privilege to bear witness to the healing power of Christian Science revealed to suffering humanity by our Leader, Mrs.
In studying the Lesson-Sermon one day I came to the account of the healing of the blind man, and Jesus' reply to the question of his disciples held my attention.
When I realize the change in my condition during the past six years, I want to exclaim, as did the man born blind whom Jesus healed, "Why herein is a marvellous thing.
I thought when I had my healing in Christian Science nine months ago that I would write my testimony right away, but it never has seemed the right time until now.
Personally, I did not seek Christian Science for healing; but through the understanding that comes with its study I have been many times healed, and in almost every case instantaneously.
When one has such a burden of gratitude as I have, it is hard to know how to begin or where to end in expressing the thanksgiving one owes to God.
About sixteen years ago I was healed through Christian Science of a mental trouble, supposed to be inherited.
Christian Science has brought so much joy and peace to my consciousness that I would like to express my gratitude.
In August, 1915, I experienced a second attack of nervous breakdown, and was given very little hope by the physicians that I would ever be strong again.
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