Lo, heaven is here! Be not amazed,Nor scorn the gladsome news: behold,The sick are healed, the dead are raised,The meek the wondrous truth are told!
In your recent issue a correspondent explains his understanding of mental healing.
In your recent issue appear some comments on a lecture on Christian Science recently delivered in EI Paso in which questions are raised as to the consistency between certain of the lecturer's statements and the teachings of Mary Baker Eddy; also as between the teachings of Christian Science and those of the Scriptures.
A preacher is reported in your recent issue as having made several misstatements relative to Christian Science, and in order that any false impressions caused by these misstatements may be corrected, and for the benefit of your readers who deserve to be correctly informed, I respectfully ask space in your columns for the purpose herein stated.
In a recent issue of your paper you quoted a paragraph from St.
David Starr Jordan spoke correctly when he said, Religion, like love, can be suppressed and perverted, but religion is the foundation upon which all rest," as quoted in a recent issue of the Champion.
His anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.
Joy is an essential characteristic of spiritual ideas and, in consequence, the spiritualized thought is ever joyous in the consciousness of ever present good.
Christian Scientists never cease to be grateful for the protection which Christian Science affords them.
"It is our pride that makes another's criticism rankle, our self-will that makes another's deed offensive, our egotism that feels hurt by another's self-assertion.
The Christian Science Pleasant View Home at Concord, New Hampshire, is rapidly approaching completion.
Churches and Societies in the United States proper and in the Dominion of Canada, wishing to give lectures during the first two months of the next lecture year, namely, July and August, 1927, are requested to inform the Board of Lectureship, if possible, before June 1.
Christian Science came into my life quite unexpectedly several years ago, when the outlook before me was intensely black and gloomy.
Each day unfolds more of the wonders of Christian Science as a complete revelation.
For many years I have desired to offer a word of testimony regarding my healing of asthma and other troubles.
On Christmas Eve I thought I should spend the evening in quiet preparation for a busy day by reading.
I am grateful to God for giving to the world our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, whose untiring labor of love has given us the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures;" through the study and application of which our every problem can be solved.
From the depths of my heart I wish to express gratitude because Christian Science, which heals physically and mentally, came into my life.
I wish to submit the following, duly verified testimony for insertion in the Christian Science Sentinel.
A number of years ago I was in great sorrow, as one near and dear to me had passed on.
Dear Father, help me to expressThy loving care and kindliness.
[From the Times, London, England]
Orders for the Works of Mary Baker Eddy