They that did sit and eat with Jesus thereOn that sad passover in distant timeWere such as I and all who sojourn here—Eager like Peter, or like Philip groping;Like Thomas doubting; vain like James and JohnOnce long before, thinking he 'd favor them above the rest.
Under the heading "Latest Ed Howe Squibs," published in a recent issue, it is to be observed that an extraordinary opinion was presented to your readers by the writer of that column.
The books recommended by a correspondent in your recent issue do not tell the truth about Christian Science.
It is surprising to find at this period that Christian Science is not better known than is indicated by the remarks of the Universalist minister published in a recent issue of your paper.
It is a matter of regret to Christian Scientists that such a distinguished churchman and prelate should indulge in such an unfair and unprovoked attack on them and their religion as is reported in your issue of recent date.
"When the morning stars sang together,"Man was there, shouting for joy,Beholding with gladness God's creation,Forever unfolding,Governed by Love,And held in Mind eternal.
An emphatic statement of the necessity for Christian Scientists to change from a material to a spiritual basis of thought is found in the exposition on anatomy which appears on page 462 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
Most of mankind is more or less concerned about claiming its own; indeed, men have been largely educated to believe that they could be sure of possessing what really belonged to them only as they claimed it.
What joyous words were those of Paul to the church of the Thessalonians: "Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness.
Our Leader has authorized The Christian Science Publishing Society to issue all literature subordinate to her writings, which may be needed "for the promotion of the interests of Christian Science".
Announcement is made of a revision in the prices of the morocco bound small pocket editions of Mrs.
Only those who have lived for years in a home where sickness and want seemed to be ever present, and health and the necessities of life ever absent, can realize what a wonderful experience it is to be lifted out of such discordant conditions into health, happiness, and an understanding of ever present divine Love.
For fifteen years I suffered from what doctors called neuralgia of the stomach.
In October, 1922, I became aware of pain and a peculiar lump in my breast.
It is with a great sense of gratitude that I add my testimony of mental and physical healing to that of so many others who have been healed through the truth as revealed by Christian Science.
I should like to bear testimony to the benefit I have received from Christian Science.
During the first year of my study of Christian Science I was healed of frequent colds, catarrh, fever sores, headaches, and a trouble with my eyes that made reading very painful.
In 1908 I was told by an eye specialist that I would lose my eyesight.
With a deep sense of gratitude to our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, and to the God of love this Science reveals, I offer this testimony of its healing power.
I wish to express my gratitude for a healing which I received in Christian Science, of inflammatory rheumatism with complications, several years ago.
For peace—the fruit of knowing Thee as All,As Life divine, which never dies,As Truth, which frees from mortal lies,As Love, sublime, which satisfiesAnd lifts us high above the world of strife,Which stills our sorrow, pain, despair,Eliminates all anxious care,And guides our feet from evil's snare;For peace, the fruit of Truth and Love and Life,O Thou almighty One above,Accept our gratitude and love!