Unnumbered thousands, under God's bright skiesThat glisten nightly, since the shepherds sawThe heavens illumed, and kneeling heard with aweThe angel's song,—unnumbered thousands riseOn earth to-day with happy fearless mien,In stately churches crowned with marble domes,In little scattered hamlets, simple homes,As witnesses to light from heaven seen.
The one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, is a fitting occasion for Christian Scientists, and the world in general, to consider anew what this century of spiritual achievement has meant to humanity.
When Jesus commanded the disciples to cast their net on the right side, he certainly did not imply that an abundance of fish would necessarily be found on the opposite side of the dory; in fact, his meaning was far from that.
One of the lessons which the student of Christian Science has to learn is the overcoming of self-will and the ability to challenged human desire.
A study of the life of Joseph as given in the last fourteen chapters of Genesis, in which is described his marvelous protection during trials of the most severe nature, together with correlative references on the subject of divine protection as found in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" and other writings by Mrs.
The day seemed dark and full of gloom,Athwart the sky the shadow fell,My weary heart gave doubt full roomAnd none seemed near that I could tell.