Nay, be not sad: thou'rt not alone!E'er came the clouds, how brightly shoneThe sun o'er hill and valley fair:Behind those clouds the sun shines there!Ah, well we know, though mortal senseDoth hide God's holy immanence,Love still is here and guards us well.
Many person who are not attracted by Christian Science, possibly because they have not paid much attention to that doctrine, have a very high opinion of The Christian Science Monitor, a daily newspaper published in Boston, Massachusetts, by that church [The First Church of Christ, Scientist].
There was one point in what was said about Christian Science, as reported in an issue of your paper, with which Christian Scientists can agree.
Will you permit me to state that Christian Science is neither a semi-new nor a party spiritual healing method.
Permit me one more word on the cure of cancer by Christian Science.
In Christian Science the word "error" signifies any thought or phenomenon obviously not in accord with the Mind of Christ.
"Last Sunday, March 26, 1922, I returned refreshed, mentally and physically, from a four days' visit at the Christian Science Sanatorium, having taken advantage of the facilities offered there to the worker for quiet study and a complete change from daily routine.
The teachings of the Bible on the necessity for willing obedience to the will of God, as expressed by His prophets and lawgivers, are numerous and explicit.
It is difficult to understand the remarks one sometimes hears that Christian Scientists are lacking in those qualities of benevolence, philanthropy, and loving-kindness which are associated with what is known as humanitarianism.
The thought of responsibility presents to the Christian Scientist two distinct and opposite phases, one true and the other false; one based on divine Principle, fixed and reliable, the other with its foundation on the sands of human opinion, shifting and unstable; one bringing in its train only good and its blessing, the other attended with disappointment and unhappiness.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
Jesus said, "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
This testimony is a tithe that I must bring to the storehouse, an obligation which I have owed for some time.
I would very much like to express my thanks through the Journal or Sentinel for the priceless gift Mrs.
For more than fourteen years Christian Science has been my only physician, and during this time it has been proved to me, over and over again, that the truth as revealed in Christian Science is indeed, as Mrs.
Such wonderful blessings have come to me through the understanding of Christian Science that it would be selfish, indeed, if I did not share with others the opportunity to rejoice with me in the demonstration of this wonderful truth.
My heart is filled with gratitude for all that I have received from our Father-Mother God, who guided me with infinite love since my childhood.
Through Christian Science, which all may understand by a consecrated, careful study of the Bible together with "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, we may enter and enjoy the kingdom of heaven, harmony, with all the loving thoughts which are now benefiting all mankind; though there are many being benefited thereby who do not realize from whence their blessings come, and in many instances do not even realize that they have been the recipients of such blessings.
I am very grateful to God, and to our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, for her discovery of Christian Science.
It is with deep gratitude that I send the particulars of my healing through Christian Science.
I send this testimony with the hope that it may prove to be a help to some one as the testimonies of others have been to me.
[From the Literary Digest]
All Christian Science periodicals, including The Christian Science Monitor, are entered at the Post Office in Boston, Mass.