Wait, watch, and work; in patience humbly pray;Wait for the blessings which Love sends each day;Watch over every thought, lest wrong creep in;Work to know Love is All, and false is sin.
A columnist in the Jewish Advocate writes: "I am in receipt of the following letter from Judge Clifford Smith, in reply to the question put recently to the Christian Science church.
Under the caption "On Christian Science," you published an account of a sermon given recently.
From what was reported in a recent issue, it would appear that a medical doctor, recently commenting on why people "fall for fads and quackeries in medicine," before an audience in Emil Hirsch center, not only failed to confine his remarks to the subject of medicine, with which it is assumed he is familiar, but made several disrespectful statements about Christian Science.
I again thank you for allowing me space in your columns to reply to a certain writer's attack on Christian Science.
I stood on a lonely hilltopBeneath a wind-swept sky,And my weary thought asked doubtinglyIf God was really nigh.
For many years past, Committees on Publication and Assistant Commttees on Publication have been conferring with editors and publishers regarding the correction of erroneous statements in their periodicals; and the kindly attitude shown by the press towards our religion is due, in part at least, to the alertness and wisdom of former Committees and Assistants.
How certain were the saintly men of the Bible that God was their sure deliverer from all untoward circumstances; that if they but listened for His voice He was their safe guide into the ways of peace and well-being! In the incomparable twenty-third psalm, the sweet singer declared in full faith, "He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.
In Moses' great exhortation to Israel, which is set forth in Deuteronomy, are to be found the words, "And the Lord will take away from thee all sickness, and will put none of the evil diseases of Egypt, which thou knowest, upon thee.
To attempt to number Truth's triumphs would involve encompassing all time, since from the beginning to the end of time, Truth's necessity is to prove itself victorious over all the manifold claims of error.
The Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy having authorized a new edition of the Concordances to Mrs.
When Christian Science came to me it found me in very much the same condition as the man we read of in the fourteenth chapter of Acts.
Christian Science has been my only physician for over eight years.
Inasmuch as I have been greatly helped by reading other testimonies, and in gratitude for the manifold blessings which Christian Science has bestowed on me, I give the following testimony.
Christian Science has brought much joy, happiness, and love into my life, and is teaching me how to love my neighbor as myself, as Jesus tells us to do, and how to understand God as Mind, Life, Truth, and Love.
I owe all gratitude to God for the enlightenment that Christian Science has given to me and mine.
For thirty-eight years it has been my privilege to be a student of the Bible and of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.
It was in the year 1916, while laboring under chronic heart trouble and falsely accusing God of taking my family away from me, that I accepted Christian Science.
In November, 1924, I was taken ill with the grippe and could no longer carry on my work as a miner.
Several years ago, while I was under the care of physicians, who offered no hope, Christian Science was suggested to me.
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