Confidence in God is a divine command; and an expectant attitude is required in order to gain an answer to our prayer.
According to a dictionary, "want" is a "state or fact of not having;.
He, looking up into that holy placeSaw none but God's own child, in snow-white grace;With one long glance from eyes that, radiant, shoneIn Truth's pure light, beholding Love alone,He gently spoke the message of release,Neither do I condemn thee; go in peace,And sin no more!.
In your issues of March 15 and 22 there appear synopses of a sermon-lecture by a clergyman on the subject of "Christian Science," or what he mistakenly imagines Christian Science to be.
"Mary Baker Eddy, Subject of Sermon" is the headline of your report in Monday's paper of the first of a summer series of biographical sermons by a clergyman.
In your issue of April 14, under the heading "Our Book-shelf," appears a review of a book entitled "Religion and Revelation.
[Annual Report of the Christian Science Public Service Committee of Nebraska, for the year ending May 1, 1930]
For every endeavor that promises desirable results, there are to be found a few essential or fundamental requirements.
Paul's statement on the nature of the Christian warfare is particularly free from ambiguity.
To some, autumn seems a period of departing beauty, and the sight of leaves falling silently earthward causes a little pang of regret.
The Christian Science Benevolent Association at Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, is issuing a circular letter and booklet containing up-to-date information regarding the sanatorium, its work, its accommodations, and answering questions frequently asked.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
To insure that complete lecture notices be printed in the Sentinel, detailed information should reach the Editorial Department regarding lectures in the United States and Canada, at least four weeks before the date of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, at least five weeks before; in other European countries, at least eight weeks before.
Words cannot express my gratitude for Christian Science, for it has done so much for me.
I am happy to testify to the great power of Truth, and sincerely believe that great good is obtained from the continuous study of the Bible, of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, and also of our Leader's other writings.
All that I am to day and all the happiness I have, I owe to the teachings of Christian Science and to the patient, loving practitioners and friends who have helped me along the way.
Having received untold blessings from the wonderful work of our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, I feel very grateful for the better understanding of what God really is and of man's relationship to Him.
After a complete breakdown during the summer of 1918, I became interested in Christian Science.
In March, 1928, I first asked for Christian Science treatment, and I desire to express my deep gratitude for the blessings I have received since then.
About nineteen years ago, when I was in the greatest need, Christian Science lifted me out of despair.
Since I have known Christian Science I have received great blessings, both physical and mental.
I want to add my expression of gratitude to that of others for Christian Science, for its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, and for all the activities of this new old religion of love.
Christian Science has given to me an entirely new outlook and quite different interests in life.
Through the desire for something better and higher than materiality offers, I was led to the study of Christian Science.
I Pray Thee Father, that Thy truth aloneShall be my guide; that Thy one perfect wayIn Christ may hold my thought.
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