There is nor time nor place where Love is not.
My attention has been drawn to a letter in the Union of August 25, in which a gentleman from Haverhill accused Albert F.
Your recent issue contains a letter from a correspondent who has evidently read, but failed to understand, the report of the lecture on Christian Science in your previous issue.
In a recent editorial under the caption, "Growing Old," you stated in substance that through the exercise of the human mind or will over matter or the body, one might will himself into good health, long life, and so forth.
In an article entitled, "Everyday Questions," in a recent issue of the Duluth News Tribune, a clergyman intimates that Christian Scientists endeavor to "suppress unfriendly criticism," and he adds that "all who claim to have the truth should be willing to let the light play on it.
Behold what love! What wondrous love, indeed,Hath God bestowed on him whom He calls son!A Father-Mother-love that meets each need,A love that strengthens till each fight is won!
Mortals become accustomed to attach good to persons, thus making human personality the source of goodness.
Men have generally held officership as something eminently desirable.
Appreciation always presupposes knowledge.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
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.
Seventeen years ago, when I received my first knowledge of Christian Science, I was suffering from extreme melancholia and physical troubles from which physicians said there was no permanent relief.
Late in the summer of 1921, I became very ill with an infected foot.
There have been many physical healings received by me since I began the study of Christian Science, and I am deeply grateful for them; but that for which I am most grateful, and which I can never cease to rejoice in, is the knowledge of the truth, the scientific understanding of God and spiritual man, made in His image and likeness, that is revealed to us through our textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
Several years ago I had an experience which helped much in bringing me into Christian Science.
It is with a grateful heart that I write this testimony of what Christian Science has meant to me.
Words are inadequate to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done and is doing for me.
Many times I have been helped and encouraged by reading the testimonies in our periodicals; and I am glad to express my gratitude for these loving channels for sharing our blessings with one another, made possible by the wisdom of our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.
Each Friday when the Sentinel comes to our home, I feel there is a great treat in store for me in reading the testimonies and the articles.
Every testimony appearing in the Christian Science periodicals awakens a corresponding sense of gratitude, because there is a great multitude of people able to testify to similar healings in their own experience.
"O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.