When the Apostle Paul proclaimed to the Athenians the true God, he said that He is "not far from every one of us: for in him we live, and move, and have our being.
Lovingly the chamber on the wall Was builded for the holy man of God, That he might rest and there refresh himself For ministry that crowded every day.
While Christian Science and mental healing were discussed in a friendly, kindly way in the installment of the novel, "Sing Sing Nights," which appeared in your paper of February 17, I believe your readers would get the impression that Christian Science and mental healing are similar.
In response to your very generous offer of space for a reply to the article appearing in the July issue of the American Labor World, I am glad to write briefly.
I thank you for your courtesy in publishing my letter refuting a writer's statement that Christian Scientists are "enemies of the cross of Christ" and also this writer for his letter explaining his reasons for making the statement.
In your issue of January 21, under the heading, "Hears God in Hotel Room, Evangelist Hains Declares," the writer, in his review of the Biblical story of Adam and Eve, states that "all of us belong to Adam's sinful race," and that man "clothes himself in his self-righteousness—in Christian Science, new-thought, psychology, or what not.
"I was healed in Christian Science," is a household statement in the world to-day.
What do ye more than others, if ye greet Your brethren only as ye daily meet The passing throng?
The Scriptures abound in the note of joyousness, of joy springing from the depths of true worship.
In Matthew's Gospel it is said that "great multitudes followed him [Jesus], and he healed them all;" and it is also recounted therein that "when he [the Master] had called unto him his twelve disciples, he gave them power against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease.
In her article "Improve Your Time".
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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.
When I took up the study of Christian Science, I stood alone against what seemed an insurmountable wall of theological prejudice and opposition.
Some time age I was becoming very much dissatisfied with the religious teaching of the denomination in which I had for years been a member and worker.
Gratitude for the blessings I have experienced in Christian Science prompts me to give this testimony.
I came into Christian Science hoping to be healed of the social drink habit, or drunkenness.
I have had ample proof that God is an ever present help and always available under any circumstance.
I am glad to have this opportunity to tell of some of the healings which have come to me through Christian Science.
Over eighteen years ago, after losing our young son, and after I had undergone several minor operations and a major one was looming up, I was led, after much contempt for Christian Science, to say to my husband that if I had that book by Mrs.
Not being able to admit that God would permit evil, and on the other hand not being willing to believe in a God of limited power, I was without hope and without a guide in the world when, in the spring of 1917, I found on the officers' table, where I was taking a meal, a pamphlet entitled, "Christian Science, its Principle and Method.
I am indeed grateful for having been led to Christian Science and its message of salvation from sickness as well as from sin.
Father, I would serve Thee;What wouldst Thou have of me upon this quiet hill,Where valorous deeds are known as echoes onlyBrought by the winds that voyage where they will?
[President Hoover, in his inaugural address, as quoted in the Boston Post, Massachusetts]