Teach me to give, O Love divine,What Thou hast given to me;Let me reflect to all mankindThy gift of liberty.
I trust you will allow me space to comment briefly on an editorial reference to Christian Science in your recent issue.
In reply to "Watcher," writing in your recent issue, let me reiterate that Christian Science is Christian because it fulfills the teachings of Christ Jesus in healing the sick and reforming the sinner through the spiritual method.
It was with sincere appreciation that I read the high tribute given The Christian Science Monitor by a minister in a recent issue of your publication; but with regret, equally sincere, I observed his remarks concerning Christian Science which indicated misconception of it and may have conveyed to your readers a wrong impression of its teachings.
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I observe an interesting article in your recent issue, under the caption, "Every Man His Own Interpreter," in which a correspondent points out some of the differing creedal beliefs which partly account for so many religious denominations.
Designating as a weapon of the devil a religion which enables its adherents to do the works which Jesus did and which he taught his followers to do, cannot be justified.
There comes a stillness in the heart,Like twilight after rain,When gloom is gone, and mists depart,And new hope smiles again.
In the opening lines of the most familiar of all of Mrs.
What earnest Christian heart does not thrill at the mere mention of the name, "The Holy Bible"! And still who, of all the unnumbered who love and revere it, has yet more than touched the depths of its treasures of counsel and meaning?
Christian Science is doing a great deal to-day in removing the difficulties which for long have troubled religious people.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Judge Frederick C.
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.
In Isaiah we read: "How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace; that bringeth good tidings of good, that publisheth salvation; that saith unto Zion, Thy God reigneth!" Many times I have felt more grateful than words can ever express to all those who, from the mountain top of exalted consciousness, have published through the medium of The Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel their testimonies of healing, preservation, and regeneration, experienced through the study and application of Truth as taught in Christian Science.
There is nothing that could delight me more than the opportunity to testify to the healing efficacy of Christian Science.
When I stop to think of the many blessings which our family and I have received during the last eight years, since studying Christian Science, it fills me with gratitude unspeakable.
Several times I had heard about Christian Science, but I never thought it could mean anything to me, until a very dear brother passed on, and I was both mentally and physically broken down.
More than twenty years ago I heard of Christian Science.
Having often been helped by the testimonies given in the Christian Science periodicals, I am sending this in the hope that it may benefit others.
Some years ago I suffered from constipation and chronic appendicitis, culminating in an acute attack.
With great gratitude I wish to testify how, with the help of God coming to me through Christian Science, I was completely healed of a serious illness.
[From the Church of Scotland Magazine, Edinburgh, Scotland]