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IN the lives of Christian Scientists all over the world there is a great wealth of spiritual treasure laid up, which should be earning interest through the medium of our valuable periodicals. As this is done, those who write and those who read become joint partakers of these fruits of scientific thinking and living, and the pæan of praise to God begun in the hearts of the writers swells to a chorus in the hearts of the readers, and joyous tones reverberate from one uplifted, grateful student to another, thus fulfilling divine Love's law of blessedness in giving.
The writer well remembers a winter's evening, not many years ago, when, after a good full day's work alone, there was a strong desire for the companionship of others. After contemplating this desire for a while, she took up a new number of The Christian Science Journal and read it from cover to cover. The number was a strong one, maintaining its pure and helpful spirit throughout. Following this reading came the quiet, sweet realization that the evening had indeed been spent in the choice society of good men and women. There had been nothing to mar, nothing to detract. The reader had been granted intimate converse with the very best, the very essence in the lives of those who had written for her and for others.
Christian Science and the Communal Life
JOHN B. WILLIS
SIR HENRY JAPP
ELEANOR M. CONANT
HELEN ANDREWS NIXON
BERNARD M. JOY
BETH HUGHES D'AETH
The Law of Gravitation
FANNY DE GROOT HASTINGS
On the Washing of Hands
The Interpretation of Scripture
Gustavus S. Paine
When Christian Science came to me there was an immediate...
S. Emma Klebsattel
We have had so many benefits through Christian Science...
Some years ago I was a physical wreck, having been...
Nellie I. Clark
Signs of the Times
with contributions from H. G. Wells, Cloud, Maude Royden