When students of Christian Science are called upon to teach the fourth commandment to a Sunday school class, it is not an unusual experience for them to feel at a loss as to the correct procedure to follow.
Bible students are familiar with the wonderful demonstration of God's unlimited supply which Jesus made in the feeding of the five thousand who followed him to a "desert place," and the beautiful lessons he taught thereby.
Edgar McLeod, Committee on Publication for Northern California,
In a recent issue of the Irrigator an item is quoted from the Medical Herald which, in substance, attempts to formulate the answers exponents of various healing systems would make to one seeking relief from backache.
Thomas C. Hollingshead, Committee on Publication for the State of Idaho,
May I again ask the privilege of correcting, for the informating of your readers, a misstatement by a well-known writer as to the teachings of Christian Science, which appeared in a recent issue of your paper.
Richard H. Smith, Committee on Publication for the State of Montana,
In an editorial published in a recent issue it is stated that the very essence of Christian Science is contained in the statement of Hamlet, "There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.
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.
At a time in my life when joy and hope seemed to have completely disappeared from my experience, I was divinely led to take up the study of Christian Science; and I have not ceased to be grateful to God for His loving-kindness.
The writer is impelled to express deep gratitude for the illumination which the teachings of Christian Science have shed upon that human experience called old age, revealing the reassuring verity that "Life and its faculties are not measured by calendars," as Mrs.