When a Christian Scientist is confronted with a problem, be it sickness or some discordant condition affecting his environment, he knows that the law of God, perceived and adhered to, will make adjustment, and result in the elimination of the discordant belief which has been manifesting itself.
It is quite generally acknowledged that our world workers look forward with pleasant anticipation to the vacation season; for to many such workers a vacation denotes a period of rest, idleness, material joys, or relaxation.
It is with great gratitude that through the study of Christian Science we are coming to understand the counterfeit nature of the material world and the reality and permanence of the spiritual universe,—are coming to see that "in thy light shall we see light.
The generally accepted theory that man possesses a dual nature, a human and a divine one, is to all appearances very real to mankind, despite the warning in the allegory of the garden of Eden that men should beware of partaking of the fruit of the tree of good and evil.
with contributions from Alma Jenkins, William P. Beers, A. Etta Small
"My earnest desire is to bring out in my daily life somewhat of the spirit that is so beautifully manifested in every detail at the sanatorium of The Christian Science Benevolent Association, for only thus can I express my gratitude for the privilege of having spent a week there.
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.
Five years ago I became interested in Christian Science, not through a physical healing, but because the religion seemed to appeal to me; and I also had a desire to know what made Christian Scientists so different from other people.
In the fall of 1914 I began the study of Christian Science at the suggestion of a member of my family who knew practically nothing of this wonderful religion, but who had noted that the mental state of the Christian Scientists whom he had observed manifested more than average happiness and ability to overcome adverse circumstances.
In humility I gratefully acknowledge a better understanding of God and man's relation to Him, and the alterative effects of this understanding upon mind and body through the study and application of the rules of Christian Science, as found in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.