Two students of Christian Science, while out walking, came to a bridge.
Through human silence comes the voice of God,Dispelling doubt, and compassing aboutWith tender loving every weary heart.
From the editorial in the Register of June 26, an inference might be mistakenly drawn that ninety-five per cent of the cases cured by Christian Science would "get well anyway.
A correspondent, in your paper of July 19, again repeats that suggestion is the method by which healings in Christian Science are effected.
Through your courtesy and fairness, the principal object of my letter's appearing in your colums March 7 has been attained, namely, to make plain to your readers that Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, was never a mesmerist, and never taught mesmerism, as could be inferred from your statement of January 10.
In your issue of the 4th inst.
Law is a word having such different meanings that a different word for each of them would be convenient as well as conducive to comprehension and clear expression.
When suffering from certain diseases or conditions labeled incurable by material systems, many have accepted the verdict that, for them, recovery is an impossibility.
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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.
When I first heard of Christian Science I was confined in a sanitarium where I was under treatment for a severe nervous breakdown, the result of years of ill health and a major operation.
It was with a longing to lead a little child into the most helpful practical religion of which I had ever known that I first began attending regularly the Christian Science church.
In February, 1928, our boy was very ill, and in accordance with school rules we were obliged to have medical advice.
I wish to express sincere gratitude for what I have experienced through Christian Science.
About twelve years ago I walked from the office of one of the best surgeons in the city of Portland, Oregon, condemned by him and one of his colleagues to a choice of lifelong invalidism or submission to a surgeon's knife.
Four years ago I underwent an operation, and while in the hospital a friend acquainted me with Christian Science.
Some years ago, after I had suffered from a severe pain in my mouth for several days, I went to a Christian Science lecture.
Until four years of age I did not know a well day or one without medicine.
I shall always bless a friend who had her copies of The Christian Science Monitor sent to me while she was out of town for a few months.
I thank Thee, Father,More each day,As I followOn the wayUp to Thee.
Orders for the Works of Mary Baker Eddy