FREQUENTLY we hear a young student of Christian Science say, "How I wish I could be a practitioner!" Surely this desire is right, for it is the result of the deep gratitude he feels for the blessings he has received through Christian Science.
In Proverbs we read, "He layeth up sound wisdom for the righteous: he is a buckler to them that walk uprightly.
THERE is probably no word in the Christian's vocabulary that means more than the word "righteousness"; yet it is doubtful if there is any word more generally misunderstood.
A GREAT deal is said to-day about the power of thought, of right thinking and of false thinking, of spiritual thinking and of material thinking.
ARE there any tales in all literature that appeal as much to the reader as those of the Bible?
THE habitual daily study of Christian Science illuminates the thought of the student, and enables him to prove what Paul meant when he said, "Be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind," to which was added the reason for this endeavor,—"that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.