No matter wheresoe'er we go,If we desire and do the right,It may be only God will know;But we shall walk in heavenly light.
Kindly allow me to challenge, as extremely unfair, the item in a recent issue of your paper which began as if it were to be a synopsis of the master's report lately filed in the suit brought by John V.
Mary Baker Eddy, in "Rudimental Divine Science".
Professor Fiske, formerly a lecturer on philosophy in Harvard University, is authority for the following: "All the qualities of matter are what the mind makes them, and have no existence as such apart from the mind.
In the teaching and practice of Christian Science the so-called human mind or human will has nothing to do with the healing work, as the practice of human will-power only serves to produce an hypnotic state, which sooner or later aggravates the illness.
When man first sees Truth's lightning flame,He hangs his head in anguished shame;Until, low voiced, he hears his nameCalled lovingly, "I am the sameThat yesterday and yesteryearGave to all men a message clear,—'Come unto me,' sin-tossed and worn,Of joy and usefulness though shorn,I'll make of you, by following me,A man new-born, upright, and free!"
The present is a time of great change in the views commonly held by mankind regarding many phases of religion and worship.
The meaning of endurance has been associated largely in the thought of mankind with patient submission to something unpleasant.
What is the reason for the widespread belief that time and again men are saved from accident or catastrophe by a power outside of and greater than themselves?
The distribution of Christian Science literature with its health-giving message offers a rare opportunity for our churches and societies to do much toward promoting and extending the religion of Christian Science.
It has been decided not to publish reprints of any of the lectures which will be delivered during the coming lecture year from July 1, 1923, to June 30, 1924.
To insure that complete lecture notices be printed in the Sentinel, detailed information should reach the Board of Lectureship regarding lectures in the United States and Canada, four weeks before the date of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, five weeks before; in other European countries, six weeks before.
I wish to express my gratitude to God and to Christian Science for the great help I have had, both physically and mentally.
With a desire to express my gratitude for Christian Science, and with the thought of helping others to be free from physical ills and inharmony of every kind, I take advantage of the opportunity to send in my testimony.
It is with a heart filled with gratitude to God for leading me to Christian Science, and a desire to help some one else, as I havve been helped, that I give this testimony.
It is with the greatest pleasure that I endeavor to express in words the gratitude I feel for Christian Science.
I am sending you the following testimony of blessings received in Christian Science.
I am very grateful to Christian Science, and wish to testify to its healing power.
About six years ago, having suffered untold agony for more than a year from an attack of chronic rheumatism, and after having employed the best medical aid, whose verdict was that I should never be free from this condition and that I might expect to experience pain at intervals, due to weather conditions, I was unable to look after my business, which, like myself, seemed about ready to collapse.
I had been a great sufferer for six years from internal inflammation.
I have received so much good through Christian Science that I think it is about time for me to send my testimony.
"Man's extremity is God's opportunity," we are told.
I had been troubled for several years with stomach difficulty, and had doctored for it all one winter with no benefit whatever; and it got to be chronic.
Just put your hand in His, and say,Dear Father, take command!He'll guide thy craft, tho' storm it may,And bring thee safe to land.
["Prayer," from the Star, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, Jan.