"Does Love heal everything?
"In essentials unity, in doubtful questions liberty, in all things charity.
If there is one thing that exasperates the human mind it is to have challenged its belief in the reality of that which causes it the most trouble.
In reply to all the clergyman's contentions as to the reality of disease I quote John, who says: "All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
"I was in my ship [aeroplane] just ready to take off when the official photographic ship taxied out on the field and sent word to me that some official close-up photographs were to be taken in the air and requested that my ship be the model.
In days long ago, before the practical brotherly kindness of the international postal service had been thought of, the immigrant to a new land was very completely separated from his relatives and acquaintances.
The thought of God in His unchangeableness ever presents to consciousness the true sense of reliability, of the fixity of good, and leaves no room for belief in insecurity or of indecision in any direction.
With unbounded love and gratitude to Christian Science I send this testimony.
It is with a spirit of great thanksgiving that I give this testimony, in the hope that it may help some one.
I should like to express my gratitude for all the blessings that have come into my life through Christian Science.
When first I heard of Christian Science, about fourteen years ago, I was suffering from rheumatism and sleeplessness in a bad form and lived in constant fear of not being able to do my necessary duty to a family of seven small children, for at times I was unable even to cut a piece of bread for them.
I became interested in Christian Science in 1907 through the healing of a member of my family of a so-called incurable disease.
I have been studying Christian Science for only two years, but my blessings are so numerous I can hardly count them.
Four years ago I knew nothing of Christian Science.
It has been my desire for some time to send a testimony to the Sentinel as an expression of gratitude for the many blessings that have come to me through Christian Science.
As Christian Science means life, health, and happiness to me, it is expressing my feeling mildly to say that I am grateful for it.
I want to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me.
It has been impressed upon me more and more that I am not bringing all my tithes into the storehouse of Love while withholding a testimony which would be helpful to others.
With a deep sense of gratitude for the numerous blessings which have come to me during the past five years, I send this testimony.
[Harold Begbie in London (England) Chronicle]
In addition to the regular cloth bound edition of "Christ and Christmas," an illustrated poem by Mary Baker Eddy, there has now been published an illustrated pocket edition of the same poem, bound in black morocco, limp, round corners, gilt edges, uniform in size with the pocket editions of other writings by Mrs.