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"Where art thou?"

A MOMENTOUS question was asked of Adam when in the Biblical allegory following the disobedient eating of the forbidden fruit and its consequent sense of nakedness and shame, he was startled by the words, "Where art thou?
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Ethics of Church Government

A dictionary gives the following definition of "ethics": "The science of right conduct and character; the science which treats of the nature and grounds of moral obligation and of the rules which ought to determine conduct in accordance with this obligation; the doctrine of man's duty in respect to himself and the rights of others.
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Daily Work

Christ Jesus always reflected God in whatever he had to do.
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The aggressiveness and self-assertion of the so-called carnal mind, as encountered in one's everyday contact with humanity, are difficult to cope with because of like qualities in one's own thought—human will and its counterpart, consent to domination, often the expediency of otherwise fine natures.
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One of the beautiful things about Christian Science is that the Christian Scientist needs no formulas.
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"Be of good cheer"

The continued study of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, develops an inward, unshaken conviction of the supremacy of good in every situation, in the face of all arguments to the contrary.
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"A little child shall lead"

A little child came up to me,And put his hand in mine;His heart was pure as it could be,His face with love did shine.
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A comparison of the book on Christian Science by Sir William Barrett,...

A comparison of the book on Christian Science by Sir William Barrett, with the review of it in the Transcript of August 25, shows that the reviewer has given prominence to the more unfavorable parts of the book.
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In no way need we doubt your correspondent's earnestness...

In no way need we doubt your correspondent's earnestness in wishing to save the people of Belfast from what he believes to be false teachings; but if he will cast his gaze over the history of the Christian churches, he will find that much religious zeal, and even bitter malice and hatred, have been expended by churches in the past against those who came out from them, and who were considered to be heterodox in their views.
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Evidently the writer in a recent issue reffered to Christian Scientists...

Evidently the writer in a recent issue reffered to Christian Scientists when he stated that the hopes entertained by medical science of fighting a certain disease successfully in a new way, "will shock and disturb those who believe that there is no such thing as disease, and that all you need to do is to deny its reality.
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The Albertan recently published a report of the work of...

The Albertan recently published a report of the work of healing carried on for a short time by a mission in a local church.
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An evangelist's sermon on woman, as reported in your...

An evangelist's sermon on woman, as reported in your recent issue, would be highly amusing in many respects were it not offensive.
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My Prayer

O Make my life a light that glowsMore bright from day to day;That those who toil in lonelinessMay look and find Thy way!
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"Practical repentance"

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When God spoke to Isaiah, saying, "I am the Lord, and there is none else," He stated simply and clearly His own wholeness and absolute completeness.
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Persistent Endeavor

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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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

Berlin, Germany.
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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, at least four weeks before the date of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, at least five weeks before; in other European countries, at least eight weeks before.
Testimony of Healing
Having had great trouble in our family, I became neurasthenic.
Testimony of Healing
Several years ago the testimony of my original healing through Christian Science was published in The Christian Science Journal.
Testimony of Healing
Christian Science was first brought into my home when I was a child through the healing of an uncle of blindness.
Testimony of Healing
An article I read in a Sentinel awakened me to the fact that I had never brought my tithe of a written testimony into the storehouse provided by The Mother Church, from which it might be dispensed, fulfilling its mission in the interest of the common good.
Testimony of Healing
It is with profound gratitude I wish to tell of my healing which took place in the fall of 1920.
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Christian Science came into my life after material aid had...

Christian Science came into my life after material aid had failed me.
Testimony of Healing
I wish to give the following testimony concerning the beautiful experiences we have had in Christian Science.
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My daily prayer is to reflect more of the Christ in my life, to be more patient, more loving and meek.
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Articles from members of The Mother Church and good testimonies from those healed by Christian Science are always welcomed for consideration by the Editors.
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Signs of the Times

[From the Elks Magazine, New York, New York]
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