Few would deny that the early training of children is of the utmost importance, and all deep thinkers will admit that the education of children would be hopelessly one-sided if the moral and spiritual demands, which rest upon all mankind, were to be neglected.
The recorded deeds of some of the prophets in Old Testament history make us, of to-day, realize what faithful workers they were in God's vineyard, and that some of us, at this present time, ought to be doing, and could be doing, much more than we are.
Much of the misery and discomfort to which men and women are the unwilling victims—physical ailments, inharmonious conditions in home and business circles, lack, poverty, failure to bring out certain right results even after earnest and honest efforts have been made to destroy the seeming discords—is in the main due to the fact that they are not at-one with God's government of good.
Carrington Hening, Committee on Publication for the State of New Jersey,
In reply to a letter in your recent issue, we wish to state that it was not the intention of the undersigned to enter into any discussion, but merely to set your readers straight concerning certain statements which did not correctly set forth the teachings of Christian Science.
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