Art anxious, thou, belov'd of God?
The contributor of "Crime News," in your "Mail Bag" column, evidently referred to Christian Science when he spoke of "the cult which insists that disease does not exist, but is only thought of by those who will let themselves so think.
In a biographical sketch of a doctor, which appeared in a recent issue of the Afro-American, it was stated that in his practice he included faith-healing, Christian Science, spiritualism, and the ministration of drugs.
In your issue of June 22 a contributor made a facetious reference to Mrs.
The remarks of the author of "To-day" on the subject of "faith cure" in a recent issue of your paper clearly show that he had in mind faith in human power to heal disease; and entirely aside from the fact that Christian Science was not mentioned and cannot be classed among the systems this writer had in mind since it relies wholly and completely on faith in God and in His ability and willingness to heal "all thy diseases," is the fact that many of your readers, not understanding this, may be misled into believing that the critic's remarks could apply to Christian Science.
The courtesy of your columns is requested for a brief answer to a lecture entitled "The Science of Misconception—Christian Science.
In speaking of the Bible, in "Miscellaneous Writings".
In rendering its report of the progress of Christian Science work in the New York state prisons for the year 1928, the Prison Committee desires to thank the Christian Science churches and societies of the state and individual Christian Scientists for the constant support and cooperation which it is receiving from them.
I ask not other time or space,God's time is now; here is His place.
Christendom has come pretty generally to believe that only through the transformation of thought which reforms the sinful can the kingdom of heaven be entered.
Throughout the ages materiality has dogged the footsteps of the spiritually-minded, advancing plausible reasons why the pursuit of the ideal should be surrendered, or else threatening disaster, always in the attempt to deter the progress of one who has taken his stand for the good and the true.
In Jeremiah it is written, "Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Bliss Knapp, C.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
I was born in Budapest, Hungary.
It is with a great sense of gratitude that I testify to the healing effects of Christian Science.
When my home was broken up in 1913 I was in a desperate state, mentally and physically.
Over twenty years ago Christian Science was presented to a dear one in my family who was in great need of physical healing, and who lovingly and willingly accepted it and received an instantaneous healing.
In gratitude for all the blessings my family and I have received, I wish to give this testimony.
Oh, that I might express my gratitude to God and to our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, not in mere words, which are inadequate, but in deeds, in the daily living of the truth and love of divine Science, for all the blessings and healings it has bestowed upon me and mine! The instantaneous healing of my eldest daughter was proof to me that it is divine Mind which heals our diseases.
It is with a heart overflowing with gratitude that I send this testimony.
It is a long time since I offered a testimony for publication in the pages of the Journal or Sentinel, but I was reminded of my duty and privilege by reading in the Sentinel that "testimonies of healings brought about at authorized lectures on Christian Science will be published.
It is with a deep sense of humility and unbounded gratitude that I add my testimony to the thousands of others that tell of the hope and encouragement which Christian Science is bringing to those who are seeking the practical, true religion taught by Jesus and reclaimed for us by our dear Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.
I crave a higher sense of TheeThan poor thought-models would allow,A purer consciousness that feelsThy holy presence here and now.
Orders for Mrs Eddy's Works should be addressed to and remittances therefor made payable to Harry I.