On a Sunday morning, as one sat in the auditorium of a Christian Science church awaiting the time for the service, a shaft of sunlight fell across the stillness and rested upon the mute pipes of the great organ.
In endeavoring to convey to the Corinthians some comprehension of the wonderful blessings that follow a turning to God, Paul said, "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.
Edgar McLeod, Committee on Publication for Northern California
Your comments in a recent issue of the Cymbal on the opposition which developed to certain features of a legislative bill, providing for the formation of health and sanitary districts, include several statements which indicate that you completely misapprehend the attitude of Christian Scientists.
William A. Gilchrist, Committee on Publication for the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada
In your recent issue, a doctor of Toronto Presbytery, at a meeting of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Regina, is reported as having said that "Presbyterians do not recognize the Christian Scientists as a church of Jesus Christ, and communicants would have to repudiate their Christian fellowship in order to join that body.
Since the last notice published in the Christian Science Sentinel and The Christian Science Journal relative to The Christian Science Pacific Coast Sanatorium, necessary detail work has been proceeding, and the architect's plans are now substantially finished.
The Christian Science Board of Directors announces the election of Miss Violet Ker Seymer as an Associate Editor of The Christian Science Journal, Christian Science Sentinel, and the French and German Heralds.
The need for watchfulness against the entrance of error into our mental household is so self-evident to Christian metaphysicians as to have become axiomatic; for only by watching against these encroachments are we safeguarded against the efforts of evil to gain ascendancy by securing control of our thoughts.
The aim of the Christian Scientist may be said to be the regeneration of mankind; and complete regeneration includes the healing of disease, the destruction of sin, the overcoming of suffering, sorrow, and lack, and the final triumph over death.
Testimonies of healings brought about at authorized lectures on Christian Science will be published in The Christian Science Journal or the Christian Science Sentinel, when verified as are other testimonies appearing in the periodicals.
I have had much help in times of doubt and discouragement from the testimonies in the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," and "Miscellaneous Writings" by Mary Baker Eddy, and in The Christian Science Journal and Christian Science Sentinel.