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IF a Scriptural precedent were needed as justification for the sanatorium of The Christian Science Benevolent Association, it might be found in the tenth chapter of Luke, wherein is recorded the incident of one who had fallen among thieves "which stripped him of his raiment, and wounded him, and departed, leaving him half dead.
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The Way

PEOPLE usually turn to Christian Science for one of two reasons: either they want to be rid of some physical discomfort, or they are looking for a satisfying religion, failing to see that the two may be united.
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The Certainty of Christian Science

NOTHING save spiritual truth can be expressed with steadfast assurance, for nothing outside of it is reliable; and a firm conviction of this will perceptibly further the possibility of the demonstration of Truth.
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Our Friends

EVERY Christian Scientist desires the right kind of companionship; and especially is this true of those who travel and have no permanent home.
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The Two-edged Sword

THE sword, symbol of warfare, has generally been thought of as a weapon of destruction; for whether used in defensive or offensive combat, the prime and oftentimes only purpose of the sword has been to destroy.
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Man's Dwelling Place

Embosomed in the heart of Love, Away from mortal sight, In symbol visioned as a dove, True being dwells in light.
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In a dispatch from New York in your issue of recent...

In a dispatch from New York in your issue of recent date, the Christian Science Committee on publication for New York was misquoted as saying that Christian Scientists at the present time accept the inevitability of death.
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In a recent issue of your paper a writer asks the question,...

In a recent issue of your paper a writer asks the question, "Has mind power over matter, as Christian Scientists allege?
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Referring to your report, in a recent issue, of the meeting...

Referring to your report, in a recent issue, of the meeting of the Toronto Association of Baptist Churches, I respectfully submit the following brief correction of a misstatement attributed to a minister, in which he included Christian Sci ence with certain other denominations as "disseminating false doctrines which constitute a menace to religion, and a challenge to the people of God.
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The statements made in an article by a writer in a recent...

The statements made in an article by a writer in a recent issue of your esteemed paper concerning not only the life of the Founder of the Christian Science religion, but also its teachings, have been taken from widely circulated hostile writings which the writer of the article evidently considers to be the only true source.
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The letter signed "Truth" in a recent issue does not mention...

The letter signed "Truth" in a recent issue does not mention Christian Science, but your readers might infer that it had a bearing on that teaching.
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The Open Door

LORD, in Thy will are no cross-purposes, But one divine unfoldment.
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Sanctification

IN that most appealing prayer which appears in the seventeenth chapter of John's Gospel, Christ Jesus besought the Father not only to glorify himself, that he in turn through his strict adherence to divine Principle might glorify God, but he also prayed for the sanctification and protection of his dearly beloved disciples, who had stood with him throughout the trying years of his ministry.
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What Determines Health?

THERE are few questions of greater importance to mankind than that of health, so much being dependent upon it.
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"They saw God"

"THEY saw God, and did eat and drink.
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The Publishing Society announces three new Oxford, self-pronouncing, Readers' Bibles.
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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

PRETORIA, AFRICA.
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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

About two years ago I heard Christian Science spoken of...

About two years ago I heard Christian Science spoken of for the first time.
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When I first asked about Christian Science I was suffering from fear of death, ignorance of God, and sin.
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When Christian Science was first presented to me by a dear friend and neighbor, I was reading a number of books which gave power to thought, but this friend knew they did not contain the truth, so she told me about Christian Science.
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I did not come to Christian Science for physical healing, but because I was unhappy and dissatisfied, and could not find any comfort or practical help in the teachings of my church.
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I did not come to Christian Science for physical healing.
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For the many blessings that have come to me through the study and application of Christian Science, I am most grateful.
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I could never enumerate all the blessings which have come to me through the study of Christian Science, but will speak of a very few.
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When I was a young man of about eighteen, asthma seemed to be manifested.
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Petition

DEAR God, Teach me to pray Understandingly!
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[From the Guardian, London, England]
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