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I like to think that at GethsemaneWhen Jesus healed the high priest's servant's ear,Severed by the impetuous Peter's swordWielded through a mistaken zeal and fear,In that same hour the high priest's servant gainedA vision of the Christ, whose healing powerBanished forever all his hatred, whenLove's hand reached out and touched him in that hour;I like to think that from that moment heBecame a follower of the Christ, and learnedIn sweet humility to live the truthWhich erstwhile he in ignorance had spurned.
In your report of a sermon preached last Sunday, at St.
It is quite evident that if the author understood Christian Science or Christian Scientists, he would never have made the statements he did regarding them in his book "Doctors and Specialists," which were quoted in a review appearing in a recent issue of the Herald-Advertiser.
Mary Baker Eddy was born in the rural community of Bow, New Hampshire, five miles from the city of Concord.
In to-day's issue of the West Australian is a report of the address delivered last night by the moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Western Australia, wherein he criticizes Christian Science.
Give me, O Lord, an understanding heart!Not always have I gladly raised this prayer:For I have longed for trifles light as air,For things of earth, of music, or of art,And oftentimes have sought the gift of song,Or eloquence in speech; in ancient loreWould knowledge have, or far-off lands explore,And cities where the mighty numbers throng.
As used in the Old Testament, the word "law" nearly always means direction or instruction.
Every rebuke administered by the Christian Scientist at the right time and in a healing spirit should leave the individual with a sense of having been freed from some incubus, and so brought nearer the realization of his spiritual identity.
The confidence which Christian Scientists have in their religion has frequently been commented upon by other religionists, who have seen how they have remained steadfast under ridicule and perhaps persecution, and have persisted in spite of these in carrying on the work of the Christian Science movement.
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 Unites States and Canada, at least four weeks before the day of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, at least five weeks before; in other European countries, at least eight weeks before.
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done and is doing for me.
Mere words seem inadequate to express even a small part of the gratitude that wells up in my heart for the wonderful blessings that have been mine since I have been privileged to know something of the power of God, good, as taught by our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, in her textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
As the world counts time I am ninety years of age.
I did not come into Christian Science for physical healing or indeed for myself at all, but because I understood it would help my dear mother, who was said to be suffering from an incurable malady—senile decay.
Christian Science means everything to me.
About thirteen years ago Christian Science came to me when I was greatly in need of physical healing.
My gratitude for Christian Science, for what it has done for me, for what it may do for others, and for what it means to all mankind, prompts this expression.
Over fourteen years ago, after being healed of a disease I had had since birth, I became an earnest student of Christian Science.
I began the study of Christian Science about four years ago.
About thirteen years ago I had my first healing in Christian Science.
All orders and remittances for Mrs.