The Bible, in the light of the teachings of Christian Science, contains spiritual rules or laws, which, if obeyed, will establish freedom and harmony, joy and peace, and reveal the kingdom of God, good, here on earth.
Permit me to present to your readers a different version of Luke's Christian ministry than the one advanced by the minister whose sermon is reported in your paper, and also to correct the wrong impression which his assertion tends to create relative to Christian Science.
Christian Science shows that all causation is wholly mental, and that every physical effect is neither more nor less than the expression of a state of consciousness.
An item in a recent issue of Facts quotes the Jewish Sentinel as mentioning Christian Science in connection with the doctrines of psychoanalysis as developed by Freud.
Those who have gained a demonstrable understanding of Christian Science know that this Science is identical with the Christianity taught and practiced by Christ Jesus.
He came; and from afar I heardThe noise of dancing and the din of making merry,And with scorn and pride of heartI spurned the foolishness of those who welcomed him,—The hapless ne'er-do-well,—who came through urgeOf hunger and of thirst, back to his father's dwelling.
"After enjoying the hospitality and blessings of the Christian Science sanatorium for over two months, I want to express my gratitude to our dear Leader for making such a haven possible.
Students of Christian Science learn to discriminate between true ideas and false, that is to say, between ideas which originate in divine Mind and concepts having their seeming source in the so-called mortal or human mind.
When David called upon men to "worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness," he presented a far-reaching, joy-inspiring possibility and privilege.
The twenty-third psalm is one of the most comforting of those attributed to David.
To insure that complete lecture notices be printed in the Sentinel, detailed information should reach the Editorial Department 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.
During the summer of 1919 I lost the sight of one eye and had only very partial sight with the other; so that it was with great inconvenience I could do even a small task.
I had been ill for two years.
We read in the gospel of Matthew, "The people which sat in darkness saw great light; and to them which sat in the region and shadow of death light is sprung up.
I turned to Christian Science almost six years ago, seeking relief from a mental and physical condition of suffering brought about by what physicians termed a nervous collapse.
I too wish to express great gratitude for all that Christian Science has done for me.
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science, as revealed by Mary Baker Eddy.
Deriving so much benefit from the grateful expressions given to us monthly and weekly through our Journal and Sentinel, I feel impelled to add my mite as a very small expression of gratitude for the many great blessings which Christian Science has brought to my family and me, as well as to many whom it has been my privilege to help and cheer along the way.
I have derived so much good from reading the testimonies in the Journal and Sentinel, that I feel I should no longer defer adding my mite to this great song of praise for blessings received through Christian Science.
It is with a sense of deep gratitude to God and to our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, for help received through Christian Science that I am sending in the experience of healing that came to me seven years ago, after material remedies had failed to help in any way.
When I first took up the study of Christian Science, I was a physical and nervous wreck.
I wish to express my gratitude for the many blessings Christian Science has brought to me.
About fourteen years ago, a neighbor spoke to me about Christian Science.
'T is brought to pass! I am made whole!God's mercy is no stinted dole!He spake, "Let there be light," for thee!My heart, what greater joy wouldst see?