A Statesman has said, "When we love one another as brothers, and treat each other reciprocally as such, and each one seeking his own good in the good of all shall identify his life with the life of all; and shall be ready to sacrifice himself for the members of the common family; then, the ills which seem to weigh so heavily upon the world will vanish, as the mist before the rising of the sun.
Albert E. Lombard, Committee on Publication for Southern California,
- San Dimas
In your recent issue, a contributor humorously discussed the flies which bothered him, and referred to Christian Science when he said, "I'd like to see some of that particular religious proclivity practiced and get results on these flies with that method.
W. Clyde Price, Committee on Publication for the State of Utah,
My attention was recently called to a letter that appeared in your columns a short time ago wherein one writing of his missionary work in California mentioned Christian Science people as "not being willing to read our literature," and also said that "they are self-opinionated and spiritualize everything.
In the commemoration by the Christian churches of what has been denominated as "the Lord's supper," there has been among the more spiritually minded a deep desire thereby to honor the Christ and to bring themselves into a fuller unity with the teachings and acts of Christ Jesus.
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.
What a glorious privilege is afforded the student of Christian Science to testify to the efficacy of our demonstrable religion, to give evidence of its healing power, thereby passing the cup of cold water to those who may be seeking the truth, and to help relieve them from bondage!