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One of the beautiful features of Christian Science is simplicity,...
The Christian Science Monitor
One of the beautiful features of Christian Science is simplicity, yet some persons are inclined to believe that it is tremendously complicated. This mistaken view leads them to think that what is known as Christian Science treatment cannot be undertaken safely by the neophyte, but the fact is that treatment in Christian Science is simplicity itself. It is as simple and unlabored as the action of light displacing darkness. It is, in fact, Truth appearing and error disappearing. It involves nothing more difficult than knowing that which is true and un-knowing that which is false.
Mrs. Eddy, the Discoverer of Christian Science, says, "Christian scientific practice begins with Christ's keynote of harmony, 'Be not afraid!'" (Science and Health, p. 410.) The Christian Science practitioner may find that his first work is to overcome fear in himself before he can help the one who is called his patient. He may have to know that he cannot be made to fear. To do this he needs only to understand that fear is never about anything real. That God, divine Love, who made all that was made, never made anything man could fear, and that there is, therefore, nothing in the whole universe of God, Love, of which man is afraid. There is, in reality, no fear of sin, disease, or death, because they do not exist in the living, conscious universe of Mind.
"Thou shalt call me, My father"
JOHN B. WILLIS
SAMUEL JOHNSTONE MACDONALD
"The warfare with one's self"
NELLIE E. PEASE
Lesson from a Jewel
AMY C. FARISS
WARWICK JAMES PRICE
The critic of Christian Science who signs with the initials...
Peter B. Biggins
Kindly permit me to say to your readers, with reference...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
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Louis E. Scholl
God's Law the Finality
William P. McKenzie
Annie M. Knott
William D. McCrackan
with contributions from Christene Hay, William Roe Conner, W. W. Booth, Frank Chadbourne, Louis J. Lewis, C. S. Palmer
Born and reared in a home where the Bible was excluded,...
Although I have been studying and trying to live Christian Science...
Godfrey R. Pearse
Nearly ten years have passed since I experienced the...
Eldred Lawrence Wagner with contributions from Henry V. Pollard
With deep gratitude I give this testimony to the healing...
For the many blessings that have been mine through...
Lillian A. Crooks
With joy I give this testimony, having been healed of...
I feel very grateful for what Christian Science has done...
M. E. Hamilton with contributions from Edith Hamilton
Signs of the Times
with contributions from C. S. Nelson