In "Miscellaneous Writings".
Whenever through the troublous dayTemptation's woes appear,When sorrow weighs my spirit down,A "still small voice" I hear:"Worship God.
It is quite useless for your correspondent, "A Christian," to deny that Christian Science is demonstrable Christian knowledge, when millions throughout the civilized world are to-day proving it to be such.
In the comment on the international Sunday School lesson appearing in your recent issue, a writer introduces the subject of Christian Science healing.
In your recent issue there was a report of an address on the text, "He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy.
In a disquisition on "The Deep Need of the Human Heart" in your recent issue, Dr.
In your recent issue the report of Dr.
A recent issue of your paper contains an article, "Poisoning of the Child's Mind," by a doctor.
In a column in your recent issue a writer records the opinion that "the regular or ordinary doctors, the real doctors, are a pretty punk lot and have their queer ways and all that.
The earth belongs to him who loves,And all its fullness is his own;In kingly company he moves,Who does not seek to walk alone.
In common usage the positive is that which is affirmative and constructive; the negative that which is opposed or contrary to the affirmative or positive, and is therefore destructive.
All the world desires good.
The Christian Scientist is keenly appreciative of the fact that Christian Science supplies him with all that he needs for the working out of his salvation.
In order to meet the desire of many subscribers to have all their periodicals, including The Christian Science Monitor, continued without lapse, a
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.
I became interested in Christian Science through the reading of an article in a Christian Science Sentinel handed to me by a friend.
About nine years ago I became dissatisfied with the various material remedies for a number of ailments that appeared to be troubling me.
Several years ago I was obliged to give up my work on account of a severe attack of nervous exhaustion and stomach disorder, which left me in a very bad state, unable to concentrate my efforts on any right activity and filling me with thoughts of many ailments.
Both in reading testimonies in the Journal and the Sentinel and in hearing them at our Wednesday evening meetings, I have many times been healed of idle thinking; and through this healing I am learning to walk with God and not away from Him.
Gratefully and joyously I give testimony to the healings in our family through Christian Science.
I wish to express my gratitude for the following healing.
Through the study and application of Christian Science as given to the world by our dear Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," and her other writings, I have been healed of insomnia, extreme nervousness, and tuberculosis of the lungs.
Filled with gratitude to God for all the help I have experienced in Christian Science, and hoping that I may help on his way someone who is still suffering, I should like to tell of my healing of so-called incurable tuberculosis of the lungs.
I wish to express my deep gratitude to our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.
As I enjoy the reading of the testimonies of others in the Journal and Sentinel, I wish to express gratitude for the many blessings I have had.
About eight years ago, while seeking help for a physical difficulty that had supposedly been met previously by an operation, I found myself back where I had started, and was told I must undergo another operation.
In the light of God's dear love,Beholding His perfect way,There living, growing, loving,Find "life.
[His Royal Highness Gustavus Adolphus, Crown Prince of Sweden, as quoted in the Federal Council Bulletin, New York, New York]