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Since that day when the nations "agreed to disagree" with the warring powers of Central Europe, Christian Scientists, quickly accepting a situation which was virtually forced upon them by the logic of events, have been proving their faith by their works in a field entirely new to them, that is, in the Army and Navy camps, barracks, hospitals, and even prisons.
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To Always Know

In the twelfth chapter of Acts we find an excellent illustration of the contrast between an understanding of the power of absolute Truth and ignorance of it.
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Unfoldment

It had been a typical April day, with brilliant sunshine and dark clouds and showers at intervals.
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Journeying to Damascus

When Saul was on his way to Damascus he was probably convinced that he was doing God's service in his persecution of the early Christians.
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A Visit to Mrs. Eddy's Memorial

During the summer of 1918 a party of three Christian Scientists visited Mount Auburn Cemetery to see and study carefully the memorial therein erected to Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.
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Reviewing the social conditions of the present day, one may regard with wonder the progress that has been made within the last few years.
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[These verses from an unknown writer were sent by Mrs.
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Hawthorne speaks thus of fear: "Stupefied by the dim, thick, stifling atmosphere of dread which.
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To those who do not understand Christian Science it may appear that one trusting therein for his help in time of sickness is doing nothing and is suffering from neglect.
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In painful contrast to the plan for uniting the different denominations calling themselves Christian, which is being so seriously considered by broad-minded ministers of the gospel, and which is a distinct sign of the times, is the futile attempt made by a revivalist, as reported in a recent issue, to convince his hearers that "Christian Science strikes at the fundamentals of the Christian faith.
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Although commending the optimism of Christian Science, and deeming its refusal to dwell upon evil an excellent thing, nevertheless a correspondent has an objection to it.
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"Traveler," whose letter about the proposed new Medical Act appeared in a recent issue, may be qualified by experience to commend Chiropractic, but when he writes that Christian Science is another name for suggestive therapeutics, he exposes ignorance of this Science.
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Christian Science is absolutely in accord with Christianity as taught and practiced by Christ Jesus and his disciples.
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"I beg to acknowledge with warm thanks the receipt of the volumes of The Christian Science Monitor, which arrived in good condition, thanks to the excellent manner in which they were packed.
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Experience

Paul defines practical love in the thirteenth chapter of his first epistle to the Corinthians in a masterly way.
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Past and Present

As we pause betimes in our mortal journeyings and look around us, we may be led to ask ourselves where we can find evidence of real gain anywhere.
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"Two baskets of figs"

The prophets who were called to thunder the law and the gospel to recalcitrant Israel had no easy task.
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Charles I.
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Boston, Mass.
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The next admission of candidates will take place on May 30, 1919, as provided in Article XIII, Section 2, of the By-laws of The Mother Church.
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The Lectures

Akron, Ohio.
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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.
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In April, 1911, I found Christian Science, and as a little expression of gratitude for the countless blessings it has poured out upon me every day since then, I am offering this free-will testimony.
Testimony of Healing
Words cannot express my gratitude for Christian Science.
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A little more than five years ago I was trying, in weariness and suffering, to be reconciled to the supposed fact that I could live only a few years at most and might pass on at any time, if undue exertion or excitement should overtax my already weak heart.
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I am indeed grateful for the priceless knowledge of the allness of God and the nothingness of human opinions and theories.
Testimony of Healing

Several years ago I became interested in Christian Science

Several years ago I became interested in Christian Science.
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Since I became a student of Christian Science, about three years ago, many wonderful proofs of the power of Love have come to me and mine.
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A deep sense of humility and love impels me to write these words of grateful appreciation and thanksgiving for what Christian Science has done for me.
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I wish to give this testimony of the healing of so-called Spanish influenza.
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This testimony is sent as a token of thankfulness to God and of gratitude to Mrs.
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My first reading of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
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As I think over all the good that has come to me since I began to study Christian Science, I feel that I must express my gratitude.
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Signs of the Times

[The San Diego.
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"Rudimental Divine Science," by Mary Baker Eddy, has been printed in the English Braille system of type for the blind, and is now obtainable, in one volume, single copy, 50 cents; six or more, each 40 cents.

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