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The mountain peak that seemed so far away,Is growing nearer as we journey on;The mist that seemed to hide the light of day,Is disappearing with the coming dawn.
No warrant is to be found in any statement of Jesus for designating him a psychotherapist; and the same is equally true of the writings of Mrs.
Christian Science adheres strictly to Scriptural teachings and employs in its healing ministry nothing that is evil in itself or is capable of producing evil, relying, as it does, solely upon the power of God, in whom there is no element that can possibly harm.
The following letters have been received by the Board of Directors and Clerk of The Mother Church:—
It is an old saying that "in unity there is strength;" and while it is probable that the author of this axiom was thinking in terms of materiality, it becomes all the more cogent when considered from the basis of divine metaphysics.
The Bible talks much about rejoicing.
In her Message to The Mother Church for 1902.
In addition to the regular green cloth binding of "The Life of Mary Baker Eddy," by Sibyl Wilbur, this book, in the same size, is now available in a full morocco binding, with round corners and gilt edges.
The address of Judge Samuel W.
I feel it is my duty and privilege to tell what Christian Science has done for me and for my family.
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science, for what it has done and is doing for me.
Three years and a half ago Christian Science came to me at a time when life seemed rather unbearable—nothing but a chain of disillusions.
In the year 1915, while on military duty I contracted an inguinal rupture on my right side, and the staff physician ordered me to wear a truss.
It is with much joy and gratitude to God and to Mrs.
Christian Science has been in my home as long as I can remember; and while during our early experience we were not actively engaged in the study of it, yet I was very small when I remember my parents' carrying all of the various medicines from the medicine closet to the waste barrel.
I should like to express my deepest appreciation for what Christian Science has meant to me for many years.
Although I am but sixteen years of age, a word of gratitude from me may strengthen and encourage some one who is still struggling with school problems.
Through Christian Science I have been healed of an aggravated and terrifying form of stomach trouble.
It is with much gratitude this testimony is sent.
Dear Lord, if mine be not the voice to sing Thy praiseIn mighty anthem whose reverb'rant toneEchoes throughout the sky, and rises higherWith grand crescendo as it seeks Thy throne,Then let me sing, perhaps at eventide,A song of hope, and send it forth to meetThe heart of one whose weary, wandering feetHave missed the way; who through the long, dark yearsNo song of faith has sung to banish fears.
["God is Love," from the Christian Guardian, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sept.