"I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness.
When I do know that Thou art All, O God,A sense of calm assurance comes; and thoughMy path be strewn with obstacles, I findIt possible to follow on, my handIn Thine! And as Thou leadest me beyondThe maze where fear or doubt would baffle me,Oh, then I pause in deep humility,My heart to rest within Thy wondrous light,My feet to stand more firmly on the rock,My voice to cry aloud in gratitudeThat Thou art All.
I would appreciate space in your columns to correct an erroneous impression conveyed in the remarks of a clergyman before the Long Island Baptist Association.
In recent numbers of your esteemed paper a doctor deals with the subject, "What is Psychiatry?
In the remarks to the city trustees, when the occupational tax on Christian Science practitioners was under consideration recently, as reported in a recent issue, certain points may not have been discussed satisfactorily; and space is asked to make these points clear.
In a recent issue, reference was made to a sermon by a clergyman which contained the following: "Jesus would never deny the reality of pain, and would not tell those in our hospitals that their pain was imaginary, and as a matter of mind only, as some do.
I have read with interest the "Talk on Health" in your recent issue.
A writer in your paper recently recommended, for the guidance of the interested inquirer about Christian Science, certain chapters by an author who in my opinion deals with the subject in an unfair manner.
Regular scrutineers have been appointed for the forty newspapers published in Somersetshire, but any Christian Scientist may send to this committee clippings relative to Christian Science and Mrs.
Obedience to God has not yet been accepted by all men as the highest of privileges.
"And Jesus went forth, and saw a great multitude, and was moved with compassion toward them, and he healed their sick.
It has come to the attention of the Publishing Society that many Christian Scientists living in Continental Europe do not know that they may order Christian Science literature, whether books or periodicals, through the nearest Reading Room, and thus save themselves delay and the inconvenience of calculating prices in United States money necessary when ordering from Boston.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
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 am grateful that Christian Science came into my home when I was a small child.
I am indeed grateful for Christian Science.
About twenty-eight years ago, the church in which we were active members was sold.
A few years ago I knew nothing about Christian Science, and was fully convinced I did not wish to know anything about it.
Through my people I early came to love God and the Bible, but other interests and pursuits occupied most of my time and thought.
Christian Science was brought to my attention about ten years ago while I was employed as an orderly in a hospital.
Several years ago, when I began to hear of Christian Science, I was very much interested in its teachings.
Christian Science was presented to me and accepted at a time of great need.
I cannot be discouragedSince Love is ever near.
[From the Literary Digest, New York, New York]
Announcement is made of a revision in the prices of the morocco bound small pocket editions of Mrs.