By considering the material sense of existence as the "passage from sense to Soul," as Mrs.
Not by feature, stature, nor by garb,May we know Love: things shapenOr defined by mortals' sense,Have not the substance of divinity.
Seeing that one of your Forum correspondents, who would legalize the liquor traffic, has acknowledged that William E.
In your recent issue an illustrious citizen, in answering an inquirer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, quite misses the mark.
Under the headlines, "A consumptive, adherent of Christian Science, a victim of her faith, dies without a doctor being called," there has appeared a notice in the press throughout the country saying that the police of Göteborg have been notified of the death in that city, from tuberculosis, of a young woman who was a Christian Scientist.
Some time ago a news item from London, England, appeared in your newspaper which stated that "an organization to 'interpret' the teachings of Mary Baker Eddy has been formed.
There is no doubt that Arthur Brisbane, in his reference to Christian Science in a recent issue of your paper, intended to convey the impression that this religion claims that its study and the living of its teachings confer ability beyond what one has been accustomed to consider natural to himself.
In a recent issue a paragraph appeared headed "Psychotherapy.
I'm truly grateful, God, to TheeFor countless times of clearer sight,Wherein the rays of Truth divineMake bright the watches of the night!What though the shadow may bring doubt?
The teachings of Christian Science are predicated upon the fundamental facts that God is infinite, All; that His creation consists of spiritual ideas, and is eternally perfect, complete.
We are told that sympathy "has the literal meaning of fellow feeling: that is, a kindred or like feeling, or feeling in company with another.
In Christian Science, healing is regarded as an integral part of Christianity—healing, that is, by spiritual understanding.
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.
One of the many ills from which I have been healed through Christian Science is a gnawing pain in my right leg.
We have been adherents of Christian Science for several years, friends having called our attention to it.
Words can never express my gratitude for Christian Science.
With sincere gratitude I should like to add my testimony to those of the many who lift up their voices in thanks through the pages of the Christian Science periodicals, in return for the great help and comfort derived from a study of the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, in conjunction with the Bible and the Christian Science Quarterly.
A number of years ago my dear grandmother was healed in Christian Science, after being an invalid for thirty years.
That human will-power is the very opposite of divine will, which operates as a corrective for all false actions, was made quite plain to me many years ago, when it was necessary to overcome the tobacco habit and a desire for strong drink.
It is a joy to testify to what Christian Science has done and is doing for me, trusting that thereby some troubled one may be helped to turn to divine Love for comfort and relief.
With profound gratitude I wish to relate some of the blessings and benefits which have come to me through Christian Science.
Christian Science has brought into my life happiness which I had longed for and tried to find in a material way for years.
I had been under the care of a physician for over a year and seemed to have a complete nervous breakdown, which caused me to cry most of the time.
Whene'er a valiant soldier of the crossWrestles, like Jacob, till the break of day,Waiting the angel's touch, which comes to smiteThe thigh of error till its strength gives way,Perhaps in such an hour it may enhanceHis courage as he wrestles through the night,To know that other soldiers think of him,And wish him Godspeed in his holy fight,Rejoicing with him in the certaintyThat Truth's all-power will vanquish every foe,Knowing that victory is assured to thoseWho with the sword of Spirit armed go.
[From the New York Times, New York]