Paul's great message to Timothy, "God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind," states unmistakably the falsity of fear, and expresses the truth of God's bestowal of love, strength, and spiritual understanding.
Dear Father-Mother God, we know that Thou art Love,That Thou art here and everywhere—around, beneath, above.
In a recent issue of your paper there is a misleading statement that should be corrected, else Christian Science will be confused with another system which is entirely foreign to Christian Science.
While doubtless intending to be fair, you reported in a recent issue, under the announcement, "Plymouth Baptist Church," that an "appreciative audience listened to an exposure of Christian Science.
It was intimated in your issue of recent date that the practice of Christian Science is the "practice of medicine.
In your recent issues, under the caption, "Personal Health Service," by William Brady, were two references to Mary Baker Eddy, Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, a religion now taught and practiced in every part of the civilized world, whose followers comprise the best class of citizens.
Your able leader in an issue of the Evening News, reviewing the antipathy of doctors of the British Medical Association to curative systems which are not orthodox and in accordance with their own inclinations, alludes covertly to Christian Science, which has to-day in support of its efficacy as a remedial agent facts before which human opinion or misrepresentation are of no importance.
A vicar, as reported in your paper, after dwelling on the evils which he believes will overwhelm our nation, says, "Let a true Bible religion and faith prevail, then England and the Empire would still be safe.
With grateful hearts we gather, Lord,On these thanksgiving days,And for the blessings of the yearOur praise to Thee we raise.
The student of the New Testment must needs be impressed with the frequency with which Jesus withdrew from the crowd, sometimes even from the immediate society of his disciples, to commune with God, and thereby to refresh himself at the infinite fountain of divine inspiration.
In all his thinking the student of Christian Science strives to keep in line with the truth of God's allness.
All nature is proclaiming the glad time of fruitage.
It has been brought to our attention that in certain branch churches and societies there is a need of Christian Science literature for use in connection with distribution activities.
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.
A few years ago, I was brought from Cairo to Vienna a hopeless, helpless invalid.
I have so often been helped by the testimonies of others that I feel I should no longer delay expressing my deep gratitude, through our periodicals, for all the good that has come to me through the study and application of Christian Science.
A Christian Science lecturer recently said: "Critics criticize Christian Scientists because they make so much of Mrs.
When Christian Science found me I was in a deplorable condition, a wreck both mentally and physically.
For many years I suffered from a nephritic complaint of which many physicians could not heal me.
I desire to express my deep love and gratitude to God and to Mrs.
After consulting various physicians during a period of three years, I decided to try Christian Science treatment for three months to see if I could be relieved of constant pain in my right arm and wrist, which the doctors said was caused by neuritis.
I have been in Christian Science for thirty years, but my last experience seemed the most wonderful.
With a joyful heart, and filled with gratitude, I wish to testify to the good which I have received through Christian Science.
For a long time I have delayed offering a written testimony of my gratitude for Christian Science because it has seemed difficult to select from a vast number the proper experiences for a brief statement.
I heard Christian Science spoken of for the first time in 1914, a few days before entering a sanatorium in Gland.
What are the songs that grateful hearts are singing;What are the thoughts they joyfully express;What are the deeds that willing hands are doing?
[From the Herald, Webster, New York]
Orders for the Works of Mary Baker Eddy—Orders for Mrs.