To the student of Christian Science surely nothing brings more joy than the changes toward good that appear in his home life, among those dear ones to whom he is closely bound.
The method of procedure adopted by climbers who make the ascent of Fujiyama has often been observed with a great deal of interest.
Have you felt God's love to-dayEven in some little way,Tender smile or kindly word,Or a helpful message heard?
In your issue of July 10 appears a report of an address by a doctor, delivered before the American Neurological Association in Atlantic City, which gives a wrong impression of Christian Science.
In your issue of the 17th inst.
In your issue of April 3, a columnist observes that demonstration of "how effectually our wishes warp actualities in our minds" is not limited to Christian Science.
In an interesting letter which was printed in your issue of May 29, there appeared a statement about Christian Science which, although probably given with a honest intent, evidenced a lack of comprehension of the subject.
The courtesy of your columns will be appreciated to comment on a book, mentioned in the Patriot of June 1, written by a well-known and distinguished English.
We thank Thee, Love divine,Not for a special gift or favor rare,But that Thou hearest every childlike prayer,And that Thou givest us each day's supplyFrom out the storehouse of infinity,With lavish hand.
The systematic distribution of authorized Christian Science literature is recognized as an important activity.
A CONGREGATIONAL minister in New York City is collecting material for and has arranged for publishing a book which will contain fifty answers to the question "How to Find God.
Would it not be wonderful if everybody always anticipated good, always expected good, always felt certain that good alone was in store for him or her?
When gratitude is transferred from the merely human to the mental, moral, spiritual realm, we are awed by the infinitude of man's divine resources.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Judge Frederick C.
Christian Science has Changed the whole course of my life.
I wish to express my gratitude for the many blessings I have enjoyed through the study of Christian Science, among which is a sense of God's loving care and protection.
With loving appreciation to Mrs.
When Christian Science was first presented to me, I was afraid to have anything to do with such a new religion.
After reading through the inspiring report of an Annual Meeting of The Mother Church, I was filled with gratitude for the privilege of being a member of this church.
Because I have been helped so many times by reading the testimonies in the Sentinel, I should like to express my gratitude for Christian Science in the same way.
It is a deep sense of gratitude for many proofs of God's presence and power that prompts me to send this testimony.
I had no thought of physical healing when I became interested in Christian Science in 1900; I was but an earnest seeker for the truth about God and man.
It has been my desire for some time to express my sincere gratitude for the many blessings which have come to me through the study and application of Christian Science.
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for the many blessings that have come to me through the consistnet, daily study of Christian Science.
I should like to express my gratitude for Christian Science and for the blessings that have come to me.
If I can smile, in patience waitingFor Love divine to show the way;If I can trust, despite the seeming,And honor Him in work and play;If I can hope, and know no doubting;If I can love, and have no fear,Then will my life be filled with service,And all the false will fade awayAs shadows dim before the sunshine, As darkness deep before the day.
[From the Ridgewood Times, New York]
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