"For 'who is so great a God as our God!' unchangeable, all-wise, all-just, all-merciful; the ever-loving, ever-living Life, Truth, Love: comforting such as mourn, opening the prison doors to the captive, marking the unwinged bird, pitying with more than a father's pity; healing the sick, cleansing the leper, raising the dead, saving sinners," writes Mrs.
An open door into the treasure house of Truth,God hath before thee set;Thou shalt go in and out, and gather priceless pearlsTo pay the world's great debt.
The following information is offered to the readers of the Beacon Journal because of a letter in your issue of January 21 and an editorial in your issue of January 25.
A short reference to Christian Science appears in the story "The Planter of the Tree," in a recent issue.
Your correspondent "N," in a recent issue, writes as follows: "That Christian Science contains an element of Christianity is doubtless true, and to this the movement owes its remarkable success.
In a sermon reported in your columns recently, an evangelist spoke mistakenly of Christian Science.
I would appreciate space in your paper to correct a wrong impression given in the address of an evangelist, and printed by you in your recent issue.
When a man shall come in his journeyTo the mythical threescore and ten,Should he yield consent to a mortal lawThat would limit the lives of men?
There are now twelve newspapers throughout Colorado publishing excerpts from the Christian Science Sunday Lesson-Sermons, thus bringing each week to newspaper readers generally, healing quotations from the Bible with correlative quotations from our textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
The regeneration of consciousness which results from its Christianization eliminates all that is unlike spiritual truth; it destroys everything unlike good, all materiality.
The cursory student of the Bible would no doubt be astonished, were he to search the Scriptures deeply enough, to discover how frequently the mandatory, "It is written," precedes the divine decrees set forth therein.
In view of the substantial economies effected during the past three years through the active cooperation of members of The Mother Church, and of the desirability of insuring the permanence of these economies, new members to be admitted in June, and those who, in former years, were accustomed to pay their annual per capita tax during May, June, and July, are invited to forward their remittances preferably during the six months' period from October to March, following the date.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
Landsberg a/Warthe, Germany.
Churches and Societies in the United States and in the Dominion of Canada which wish to give lectures during the first two months of the next lecture year, namely, July and August, are requested to inform the Board of Lectureship before June 1.
I wish to express my gratitude for all that Christian Science has done for me mentally and physically, including an instantaneous healing of palpitation of the heart while attending a lecture on Christian Science.
It is with great joy I add this testimony to those of so many others who have experienced the healing and regenerating power of Christian Science.
From childhood I sought a demonstrable understanding of God; and after vainly attempting to find Him in the churches I became an atheist, following Robert Ingersoll and other free thinkers.
Recently I had a very beautiful healing through hearing a lecture on Christian Science.
In the year 1913 I fractured and dislocated my arm.
With joy I wish to tell of some healings which have come to me through Christian Science.
I am grateful that a knowledge of Christian Science enables one to demonstrate the power of infinite divine Mind, which heals.
I did not come into Christian Science for physical healing, although that was the first sign that something different was taking place in my consciousness.
For the past ten years Christian Science has been my only physician, and it has not once failed me.
Hark, child of God!This babbling mortal is not thy true self,The image pure of Love!
[From the Wall Street Journal, New York, New York]
Announcement is made of a revision in the prices of the morocco bound small pocket editions of Mrs.