It is held by not a few that the possession and exercise of human will-power is very desirable, constituting a mark of distinction for human character.
Dear to the heart of the Christian is the story of the Bethlehem star.
In the Glossary to "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," the textbook of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy defines "angels," on <a class="tome-reference"
If we regard the Ten Commandments as a chart and guide in our course heavenward, their protective value is plainly seen.
Mankind suffers much from fear of failure,—failure of health, of business, of security, of life, of peace, of happiness,—forgetting, apparently, that Christ Jesus demonstrated conclusively the certainty of success in any right undertaking.
As we approach the season which commemorates the birth of Jesus, who was to show us the way or plan of salvation from materiality, our thoughts naturally turn to the records of those who spiritually foresaw and prophesied his coming and his mission among men.