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On page 9 of "Pulpit and Press" Mrs. Eddy, in speaking...
The Christian Science Monitor
On page 9 of "Pulpit and Press" Mrs. Eddy, in speaking of the work done by the children for the building of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, says, "Ah, children, you are the bulwarks of freedom, the cement of society, the hope of our race!" This is, if one pauses to analyze it, a very remarkable statement.
That children are the cement of society is fairly easy to see. It is the love of children, the common interest in their future, the desire for their welfare, which constitutes home to multitudes of people, which makes family ties, which holds thought steady, like the needle to the pole, by a thousand endeared associations of tenderness and joy. That is quite familiar ground; but that children are the bulwarks of freedom is not so obvious. A clue, perhaps, may be found in Science and Health, the textbook of Christian Science, where Mrs. Eddy says on page 236: "Jesus loved little children because of their freedom from wrong and their receptiveness of right. While age is halting between two opinions or battling with false beliefs, youth makes easy and rapid strides towards Truth."
JOHN B. WILLIS
"The glorious liberty"
ANNE CLEVELAND CHENEY
Bread from Heaven
Education in the Sunday School
MABEL M. BEESON
Image, or Reflection
ELSIE F. EASTMAN
God's Love to You
The letter of a medical critic has been duly read
Ernest C. Moses
Confidence toward Good
William P. McKenzie
"Risen with Christ"
Annie M. Knott
William D. McCrackan
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
Charles E. Jarvis
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In a most true sense of loving gratitude, I send in my...
Blanche McCulloch with contributions from J. H. McCulloch
My attention was favorably turned to Christian Science...
Nora W. Chase with contributions from Marie A. Ryerson
Words are inadequate to express my deep sense of gratitude...
Sophie Wolff with contributions from Arthur Wolff
I can no longer refrain from sending my testimony
Annie E. Cooling
The benefits I have received from the testimonies printed...
It is nine years since I first came to Christian Science,...
Gertrude Hackley Farnham
In loving gratitude for all the blessings received since...
Minnie A. Eastman
Almost eight years ago I took up the study of Christian Science...
Anna Florence Hill
Signs of the Times
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