NO one at the present day who takes time to think more than a little can fail to recognize that the world is going through a great crisis; and those who believe in the Bible as a book of inspired guidance and warning, and who turn to its sacred pages for help and comfort, cannot fail to see that to-day numerous prophecies therein are being literally fulfilled.
ONE of the grave errors which so-called mortal mind presents, as an excuse for its seeming existence and operation, is that God sends disease and trouble upon mankind, and that there is a consequent necessity for suffering under these great odds, which are represented as the "will of God.
AWAKE! The message rang in prison cell; And lo, the darkness fled and "there was light"! From off his limbs the binding fetters fell, He saw a perfect freedom, man's own right, As he responded to the call, "Arise.
Ralph B. Textor, Committee on Publication for the State of Ohio,
In his sermon, "Christian Science Jews—the Hasidim," as reported in your recent issue, a rabbi made an attempt to show that the truths and fundamentals of Christian Science, the teachings of its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, were not really her discovery but were voiced two centuries before and found expression in a Judaic sect in Europe called the Hasidim.
Stanley M. Sydenham, Committee on Publication for Yorkshire, England
If as one of your correspondents states " 'truth' would kill Christian Science," since it has been before the world for over sixty years, it should have been killed long ago! What is considered by some people to be the truth about Christian Science is simply their own misconception of it; and however widely a misconception is spread about or believed about any teaching, it cannot and does not affect the teaching itself.
WHAT a comforting prophecy was that of the Psalmist: "They [the children of men] shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness of thy house; and thou shalt make them drink of the river of thy pleasures.
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.
Although I had known of Christian Science for many years, it was not until physical disability, hate, fear, and worry had overwhelmed me that I turned to God in the way we are taught in Christian Science, and immediately obtained relief.
In the fall of 1910, while a babe in the study of Christian Science, through a succession of seeming upheavals which swept from me everything mortal mind would have us believe was worth possessing, I was so placed as to find it necessary to earn my living.