We bowed our heads,And in the silence sweetThere came a sense of gratitude,With joy and love replete.
Your recent issue publishes a short synopsis of an address on "Christian Science" by a clergyman.
To dispel misapprehension on the part of your readers, please accept this correction of the reference to Christian Science in your recent issue.
My attention has been drawn to your recent report of a sermon by a prominent Baptist churchman of Houston, in which are listed the fundamentals of his faith; but as the minister included some references to Christian Science that reveal a lack of comprehension of its teachings on his part, I should be pleased to have you allow space for the necessary corrections.
I have no doubt the reverend doctor in his remarks on Christian Science in the Sunday edition of your paper, wished to be entirely fair; but at the same time I cannot agree with him that an inquirer needs "the guidance of a competent critic" in order to decide whether Christian Science is a sound religion or not.
In "The People's Column" of your recent issue, a contributor has presented such a curious medley of concepts of God, that his reference to "the god invented by Mary Baker Eddy" is not so greatly to be wondered at.
Oh, troubled one,Thou art not askedTo labor and to toil,Or some great task perform;But just as Naaman,Thou must humble and obedient be,And quiet mortal thought—"be still,And know" that God alone rules all.
Christ Jesus' realization of God's presence is without parallel.
"Perfect and infinite Mind enthroned is heaven.
There may be said to be two ways of regarding evil, one the way the world looks upon it, the other the way in which Christian Science beholds it.
In September, 1927, we announced the Continuous Subscription Plan, applicable to The Christian Science Monitor, and now, in response to frequent requests, it has been found possible to extend this plan to cover the other periodicals, namely, The Christian Science Journal, Christian Science Sentinel, Christian Science Quarterly, Der Herold der Christian Science, and Le Heraut de Christian Science.
Application 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.
Over twenty years ago "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy was put into my hands for the first time.
Since 1923 I had, with short interruptions, gone through much sickness.
Thirty-two years ago I lost the use of my limbs through the mistake of a trained nurse at the birth of my son, and for five months was unable to move the lower part of my body without help.
It is with a sense of deepest gratitude that I send this testimony of the healing and regenerating power of Truth as taught in Christian Science.
About fifteen years ago we had our first proof of the efficacy of Christian Science.
The reason I am grateful to Christian Science is that it explained so much to me during the war, and answered so many puzzling questions.
I am very grateful for the privilege and opportunity of bearing witness to God's protecting power, and to the great fact that Mind is the source of all activity.
It is with much gratitude that I bear witness to the healing, regenerating power of Christian Science, which has fulfilled the hope of years, the desire for a true religion, one that really satisfies.
I could not begin to enumerate all the blessings we have received through the study of Christian Science, or express our gratitude for such a beautiful and practical religion.
Almost five years ago my husband passed on, and for over a year I let sorrow, worry, and other conditions get the better of me, until I was in a very serious condition.
Thou makest not thyself; there is no manSelf-made.
[Olive Roberts Barton, in the Arizona Republican, Phoenix] Gold-star mothers.
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