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Jesus is the world's greatest scientist
Jesus is the world's greatest scientist. What Christian Scientists aim to do, he did. A true Christian Scientist is a Christian who is thoroughly scientific. Jesus was the incarnation of Science and Health. He was great on "absent treatment." The second miracle which Jesus wrought was one of absent treatment. The record is in John 4:52. The nobleman's son was dying. Jesus said, "Go thy way; thy son liveth." At that exact time the son began to improve. So the nobleman discovered when he reached home.
Riding the Waves
LUCY HAYS REYNOLDS
Work and Play
PAUL STARK SEELEY
Receiving Thy Sight
As a Little Child
ELIZABETH WARREN MULLER
WILLIAM FRYE WHITE
METTA K. LEGLER JUNKIN
CHARLES W. WRIGHT
On October 31, 1921, in the United States House of Representatives,...
Clifford P. Smith,
Pain seems very real to the physical sense of feeling, and...
Charles W. J. Tennant,
I shall be grateful for the privilege of commenting upon...
Charles E. Heitman,
An article which appeared in a recent issue of your paper...
Annie I. Rembert,
Those who do not accept or test for themselves a system...
V. M. Blanche Stievenard,
A report of a sermon on the subject of Christian Science...
Wm. T. Finney,
The ministry of Christian Science is based on the omnipotence...
On Possessing the Land
Albert F. Gilmore
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from Pearl Ecker Hubbell, Peter E. Mackay, Sally C. Bright, E. M. Le Messurier, H. R. Colborne, Semmes Steele, Herbert S. Joslin, James F. Blankenship, W. H. Arkenburgh, Don A. Bogen
I wish to relate an experience I had more than twenty...
Alexander MacKay with contributions from Hannah A. MacKay
In writing this testimony for our periodicals, my thought ...
Clara E. McKenzie
I wish to relate an experience which came to me about...
I am truly grateful for the many blessings that have come...
Jesus of Nazareth opened the way for all mankind when...
Leroy R. Whitmer
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Charles S. Medbury, Taft