ON a glorious spring morning, one who had just awakened was contemplating what appeared to be a bush outside the window covered with golden blossoms.
In the Telegraph of December 4 is a letter dealing with some items about Christian Science and its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, which Mrs.
Christian Science healing is complete and lasting —not temporary or fragmentary, as was mistakenly implied by an article in your columns of September 18.
According to your synopsis of a sermon recently delivered in Wichita Falls, a revivalist went out of his way to misrepresent the teachings of Christian Science, perhaps all unintentionally.
Undoubtedly the religion which has gained more than ordinary influence because of its works of healing and regeneration, is Christian Science.
It is true that to the so-called carnal mind which has no understanding of it, Christian Science may seem to manipulate facts and greatly upset human reason, as stated in the editorial "Original Sin" in the issue of your paper of April 3.
In your "As It Appears to the Cavalier" column of June 11, there is a reference to Christian Science which requires correction.
Your issue of the seventh instant contains a report of a lecture in connection with the Malvern Theosophical Centre on the use and meaning of pain.
IN the starlit dark of the silent night,Thy song comes unto me;And from the peace of a grateful heart,My song is raised to Thee.
As the student of Christian Science advances in the investigation and practice of Mrs.
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Lest it be inferred from Jesus' saying, "The kingdom of God is within you," that one has nothing to do but to accept this kingdom of God, good, passively, the conscientious study of the twenty-fifth chapter of Matthew, together with the study of our Leader's twenty-six references to this chapter given in the index to the Scriptural quotations in the Concordances to her works, must needs awaken one to reject this lethargic interpretation of the carnal mind.
Announcement is made of a new Russian pamphlet, entitled "Articles on Christian Science Reprinted from The Christian Science Monitor.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
When I contrast my outlook on life now with what it was before I heard of Christian Science, much of the sense of limitation still to be overcome yields to that of humble gratitude.
I took up the study of Christian Science for physical healing after being under the doctor's care most of the time for nearly twelve years, and it has proved to be a wonderful blessing to me.
To the Christian Science Sunday School, which early planted my feet in the path of righteousness and taught me how to work out my problems through reliance on God, I am deeply grateful.
About seven years ago I felt I was the most unhappy woman in the world, but with all the love which I have received since I came into contact with Christian Science, I can truly say Christian Science has lifted me out of hell into heaven.
Christian Science came into my home nine years ago after materia medica had failed.
For several years I suffered from constipation.
From early childhood I was considered delicate, and as I grew into young womanhood I became a periodical sufferer.
With a grateful heart I testify to a wonderful healing which has come to me through Christian Science.
I became interested in Christian Science through a friend's healing of inflammatory rheumatism.
During my ten years' study of Christian Science I have enjoyed numerous blessings.
It is with sincere gratitude and the hope that this testimony will be helpful to others that I give a few of the many proofs we have had of the healing work done by Christian Science.
I first heard of Christian Science twenty-one years ago, when suffering from chronic indigestion.
Speak kindly, loving heart,And let thy gentleness the world's great famine feed.
[President Hoover, as quoted in the Boston Globe, Massachusetts]