During the progress of a church building committee meeting the writer was strongly impressed with the lessons which may be learned from those parts of a building which are not seen, but yet are vital to its stability.
Judge Clifford P. Smith, Committee on Publication for The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts,
An author who has acquired a reputation for accurate writing has defined a correct use of the word "science" as follows: "So soon as a field of inquiry yields knowledge susceptible of exact formulation, it is called science.
Hugh Stuart Campbell, Committee on Publication for the State of Illinois,
In a recent issue of your Journal a correspondent, while truthfully explaining the necessity of giving heed to the mental state of his patient while treating cases of high blood pressure, conveyed a false impression of the methods employed in Christian Science practice when he mentioned our religion among healing agencies "in which the laying on of hands is the method of suggestion.
with contributions from Vivian Guy, Florence B. Dean, Mary E. Lighty, Ada Bennet
"It was a great privilege to have been allowed to spend a short ten days amid so much peace, quiet joy, and loving care as are to be found at the Christian Science sanatorium, near Boston; for all of which I am very deeply grateful.
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.
Twenty-two years is a long time to wait to express, through our Christian Science periodicals, my gratitude to God for a healing that brought so much joy and peace into a home that had offered its all of material goods in exchange for health during nine years of invalidism and semi-invalidism without receiving any good in return.
Although I had known of Christian Science for several years, and had seen several healings in my home and believed that with God's help a great deal is possible, I did not take any great interest in this Science until I was placed in a position where I proved that with God's help everything is possible.
Many years ago I was convinced that I was very ill, and knowing nothing about Christian Science at that time, I consulted a physician, who pronounced the illness to be caused by congestion of the capillaries at the base of the brain.
I thank God that through a lecture on Christian Science my eyes were opened to the existence of a spiritual realm and life, when I had hitherto believed only in the unhappy material life of which I had grown tired.