When one of the scribes asked Jesus, "Which is the first commandment of all?
To-day the Father's care encircles me,And I may everywhere reflected seeHis perfect image; wheresoe'er I goMay all the day His kind protection know,May find in friendly smile or swift caressA sweet reminder of His tenderness;May sense, perhaps, beneath a lofty skyHow closely in His gentle arms we lie,When shyly some small woodsy thing shall glideAcross a lonely path at eventide;Or glancing up, I'll chance perhaps to seeThe inky black of silhouetted treeAgainst a flaming sunset's afterglow,And something of His boundless glory know.
An evangelist's sermon recently published in your paper quoted Mary Baker Eddy as saying, "There is no sin.
A reader of a professor's articles which appear in the Bulletin has asked him to recommend to some of his correspondents that they try Christian Science for their mental ills, as this reader has been benefited by Christian Science.
In an issue of your paper a writer on the International Sunday School Lessons referred to the healing of the impotent man by Paul, and assumed that because the word "treatment" was not used in recounting the man's restoration to health, the healing was quite different from what he chose to call "the performances of Christian Science.
In a letter which appeared in your issue of the 13th inst.
With reference to an article on cancer, appearing in De Malanger of January 28, I beg you kindly to give me an opportunity in your paper to clear Christian Science from the attack made at random by the humanitarian writer and to prevent confusion.
This prayer is mine—A love forgiving, faithful, pure, divine.
Belief in creation as material and in human personality as man is the seeming source of the false claims which mortals must deny and destroy in order to gain the true sense of man's selfhood.
"The little that I have accomplished has all been done through love,—self-forgetful, patient, unfaltering tenderness".
It is stated in the book of Numbers that the children of israel had come up out of the land of Egypt and were pressing toward the land of promise.
The fact is interesting that The Christian Science Monitor is being used in some German schools as a model for teaching English to German scholars.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
Testimonies of healings brought about at authorized lectures on Christian Science will be published in The Christian Science Journal or the Christian Science Sentinel, when verified as are other testimonies appearing in the periodicals.
I began the study of Christian Science for the healing of a malignant growth, which had been troubling me for about three years.
Gratitude for all the good that Christian Science has brought to me prompts me to give this testimony.
For some time I have wished to add my testimony of healing and my expression of gratitude to those which are ever forthcoming from grateful hearts all over the world.
I indeed feel grateful for Christian Science.
I found Christian Science through a loving friend to whom I often went on Sundays.
When I became a student of Christian Science over twenty years ago, I was very unhappy and dissatisfied.
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science and all it has done for me.
Joy certainly entered our home when the right understanding of God came into it through the study of Christian Science.
To say that I am grateful for Christian Science seems very little.
Once more I feel impelled to express my gratitude for the blessings of Christian Science which I have enjoyed for many years; and especially for the healing of a severe nervous breakdown which had forced me to leave my home and place all my affairs in the hands of my daughter.
Christian Science was presented to me at a time when physicians had said there was not an organ in my body functioning properly.
For the many blessings I have had since coming into Christian Science I should like to express my gratitude.
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for the many blessings that have come to me through Christian Science.
Jesus, great Teacher of the sons of earth,Wondrous Exemplar of the lessons taught,Inspirer of the effort for new birth Which with the death of matter must be bought; Thou, as a young lad, taught the elders law,To Mary's waiting thought the truth didst give,Explained the way till Nicodemus sawMen must be born again if they would live.