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Watch Your Thought

EVERYBODY is familiar with the colloquialism, "Watch your step," which in a country already rich in terse phraseology seems to have taken a permanent place as part of its everyday language.
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"The gate . . . called Beautiful"

READERS of the book of Acts are familiar with the passage with which its third chapter begins, recounting the meeting of Peter and John with the one who had so long lain in a seemingly helpless condition at the temple gate,—"the gate.
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Grace

EVERY student of Christian Science will be amply repaid by a careful study of Mrs.
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Unfoldment

THE student of Christian Science very early in his experience realizes the necessity of careful, prayerful preparation for his daily task.
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"Thy will be done"

WHEN it is remembered that a vast multitude of people repeat the words, "Thy will be done," from the Lord's Prayer at least once a week, and that thousands use them in daily prayer, one is tempted to wonder why they have not done more towards making the world a better place in which to live.
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Seeking the Kingdom of God

IN mentally looking over the world and pondering its complexities, one cannot but be impressed by the fact that humanity in general is earnestly and anxiously seeking ways and means to supply its many needs,—its need of health, harmony, and happiness, its need of daily supplies.
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Will you please permit me space to express appreciation...

Will you please permit me space to express appreciation of the worthy and Christian resolution of a clergyman in your issue of recent date, on the church page, under the salutation, "Our Christian Science Friends"?
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When John sent his disciples to inquire of Jesus if he was...

When John sent his disciples to inquire of Jesus if he was the Messiah, he did not answer them by any recitation of doctrine or creed, but gave witness and authority for himself by his answer, "Go and shew John again those things which ye do hear and see: the blind receive their sight, and the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, and the poor have the gospel preached to them.
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It can unquestionably be assumed that one reason for the...

It can unquestionably be assumed that one reason for the prominence given to a news item in your issue of recent date relative to a woman who had died without medical attendance, was the fact that in the same issue so many people were recorded as having done the same thing with medical attendance.
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Our worthy critic is at variance with the Bishop of St. Albans...

Our worthy critic is at variance with the Bishop of St.
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The Rich Young Man

O RICH young man, if thou hadst known What vast possessions were thine own, What undimmed pearls, how wide and grand The mansions in thy Father's land; If thou couldst but have glimpsed what store Of wealth was thine forevermore, What robes of beauty, and the bliss Of losing all and gaining this; How eagerly thou wouldst have sold Jewels and pomp and pride and gold.
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God's Work is Done

THE temptation often comes to mortals to believe that God's work is yet incomplete, and that by petition or supplication divine purpose and action may be changed, the better to fulfill human desire in the supplying of what seems to be a human need.
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The Word is with Power

"AND they were astonished at his doctrine: for his word was with power.
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God's Thoughts

IN her writings Mrs.
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Charles I.
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CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI.
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Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
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The Lectures

FLORENCE, ITALY.
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The attention of clerks and committees of branch churches in the United States and Canada, having in charge arrangements for lectures, is called to the necessity of having the information reach the Editorial Department at least four weeks before the date of the lecture, in order to insure publication in the Sentinel.
Testimony of Healing
Christian Scientists have many opportunities for expressing gratitude, and I would delay no longer in giving to the field grateful acknowledgment of the many blessings and healings that have come to me during the more than twenty years since this wonderful truth came into my life, transforming it from semi-invalidism and discouragement to health and activity.
Testimony of Healing
My debt to divine Love can never be repaid or expressed in words.
Testimony of Healing
When I first became interested in Christian Science, I was in a hospital studying to become a trained nurse.
Testimony of Healing
In writing this testimony my greatest desire is to help those who are suffering from some sickness.
Testimony of Healing
In 1910 my sight and my life were saved by Christian Science in a way that inspired wonder in those who witnessed the healing.
Testimony of Healing
In tendering this testimony of gratitude, I do so fully comprehending how futile any effort of mine may be to choose words that are sufficiently adequate to offer the thanks due to our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, for the discovery of Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
After I had suffered for several years with what the doctors called muscular rheumatism, a dear friend, seeing my condition, proposed my trying Christian Science treatment.
Testimony of Healing
Some years ago Christian Science found me in a very poor condition of health.
Testimony of Healing
The loving example of a friend and teacher who was a Christian Scientist led me to the Christ, Truth, and for the last seventeen years Christian Science has been my only help in solving my problems.
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"Now is the day of salvation"

Now is the day of our salvation — now! No more in hopeless bondage need we bow Beneath the yoke of pain, the curse of fear; The truth that makes men free, — lo, it is here!
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Signs of the Times

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