In the first chapter of Genesis we learn that God, having created man in His image and likeness, looked, not upon a portion of His creation, but upon the whole of it, and pronounced it "very good.
Thou art the power by which we moveMountains of wrong and sin;Thou art the omnipresent LoveThat feeds the life within.
In your recent issue, when discussing political candidates, a gentleman referred to our religion in a way that was misleading, and spoke of those who give "some hocus pocus signs and wave their outspread fingers before our eyes," from which the erroneous inference might be drawn that Christian Science misrepresents facts and tries to cover the wrongdoing by hypnotic methods.
The pronouncement on "Divine Healing" by the Methodist Church of Australia, as given in the Herald, calls for some corrections, and I shall be glad if you will grant space for this letter.
An article on Mormonism in your recent issue furnished interesting and instructive reading so long as the writer confined himself to his subject.
Among the fragmentary sayings of "Allozone" under the headline "Man and His Gods," in your recent issue, touching upon man's disposition to worship something or somebody, I find this remark: "We worship Aimee and Mrs.
I have read with interest and profit in a recent issue of your paper an article by a doctor relative to toxin-antitoxin, the Schick test in particular, and the question of its introduction into the public schools of Ashland.
Christian Science is not merely a healing method, but above all it is Christian religion.
Your correspondent queries the statement that hell is a state of mind.
To-day—Thy will be done!Let me not turn asideSeeking mine own, but following after good,In Thee abideTill error's misty thrall I know no more,Nor sin, nor death, can move me as before.
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The Bible is rich in incidents which tell of the protecting and sustaining power of God.
Every student of the Bible is familiar with the deep experiences which came to Job when he was learning the difference between self-righteousness with its resulting disasters and the righteousness which is of God and which always brings sweet contentment and peace.
Due to the rising cost of raw materials and labor it has become necessary to increase the price of the Bible in Revised Braille, Grade One and a Half, from $82.
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.
From childhood I had been a sufferer from stomach trouble, which physicians said was due to nerve trouble.
In July, 1919, my first healing came to me.
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In Psalms we read, "Rejoice in the Lord, O ye righteous: for praise is comely for the upright.
I am indeed grateful for Christian Science.
Christian Science came to me when I had lost all my friends, and at a time when I felt that although life must be lived for the duties near at hand, the joy of living was an impossible achievement.
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I desire to give this testimony of the blessings which have come to our home since we turned to Christian Science.
About two and a half years ago, I was taken suddenly ill with gallstones.
"Call upon me in the day of trouble: I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify me.
At the time I took up the study of Christian Science I was without hope, as the doctor said he could not cure me.
I cannot put in words all that Christian Science has done for me in the past four years.
He thinks on thee—oh, truth sublime!Through all the years, in every clime,Where'er thy wand'ring footsteps stray,In pastures green or thorny way,He thinks on thee, for thou art dear;Then, troubled heart, no longer fear.
[From the American Issue, Westerville, Ohio]
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