There is a world of comfort and assurance to be gained by the Christian from the words of the psalmist, "Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
When burdens seem too great to bear,And endless drag the hours of blight,Then come these words with solace rare:At evening time it shall be light.
Humanity stumbles along, grumbling at the weather, studying the sky and the barometer for some prospect of improvement, never dreaming that there is any connection between the condition of the atmosphere and the condition of human thought, that the purification of the human thought, or what Paul calls "the carnal mind," would result in a clearer atmosphere, with a lessening of the extremes of heat and cold.
A more careful reading of the letter to which exception is taken by the self-appointed critic of Christian Science writing in a recent issue would have satisfied him that no great difference exists between his contention that sin comes from wrong choice of a free moral agent, and the Christian Science teaching that sin, as the term is generally understood, is solely the product of mortal mind, alias mortal man.
In a recent issue of the Record-Herald there appeared an advertisement under the caption, "Is the Bible Wrong?
Because Christian Science is Christian it does not countenance vitriolic attacks upon any people and their religion, as indulged in by "V.
"Please divide the inclosed check between the two funds, the Real Estate fund and The Christian Science Benevolent Association fund.
Paul in writing to the Thessalonians says, "The Lord direct your hearts into the love of God, and into the patient waiting for Christ," but the marginal note explains the better translation as being, "The Lord direct your hearts.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Rev.
The next admission of candidates will take place on June 4, 1920, as provided in Article XIII, Section 2, of the By-laws of The Mother Church.
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.
For ten or twelve years prior to turning to Christian Science I was subject to attacks of quinsy, sometimes attended by severe hemorrhages, and I was never free from fear of taking cold.
Five years ago I had what the doctors called a paralytic stroke.
Living as I do in a remote highland glen I am finding that Christian Science is indeed the "pearl of great price.
It is four years since Christian Science was brought to my notice by a friend, and I would like to express a little of my gratitude for what it has done for me, as at that time I was and had been a great sufferer, and very miserable.
I first heard of Christian Science in 1908, when I read the Herold while at the home of some relatives.
When quite a child I fell and injured the end of my spine, which resulted in what the physicians claimed to be fistula.
Jesus' command, "Freely ye have received, freely give," has many times come to my thought when the demand of Truth has presented itself to acknowledge through the periodicals the great blessings received from Christian Science.
I wish to express my gratitude for all that Christian Science has done for me and mine.
It is nearly ten years since I learned of the beautiful truth of God's love for man as revealed by Mrs.
In March, 1917, I came into Christian Science through reading the testimonies while I was suffering from an acute attack of chronic kidney trouble of twenty years' standing.
Christian Science came to me about eight years ago when I was sorely in need of something outside of human ability to lift me out of mental, moral, and physical difficulties.
Christian Science has been a great help to me in all kinds of trouble.
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
Nothing but living so as to be what I know God intended us to be can ever express my gratitude for Christian Science.
I cannot tell how grateful I am to Mrs.
A year ago, when the influenza was prevalent, I was living near my husband's camp in a small town in Maryland.
Oh the pity of our plight,When we trespass 'gainst the right,Blindly follow error's leading,Truth's divine appeal unheeding.
The "Large" open leather case, described on Page "e" of the Current Catalogue in the back of The Christian Science Journal, and listed at $3.