Dear Father-Mother God,My prayer has changed.
The letter from your correspondent, Elishama, in your issue of August 24, calls for a reply.
Your issue of July 30 contains a report of an address by a doctor.
Many of the Tribune-Democrat's readers must have rejoiced to read, in a recent issue, a Marshall county minister's plea for Christian unity, in which he quoted a clergyman, who wrote: "The living Christ in the living soul must be the goal of Christian revolution that wipes out inequalities of episcopacy, immersion, communion, creed, and similar denominational prejudices.
Of those interested in your paper no body of people will derive more genuine amusement from the satirical allusion to Christian Science in "Just Fancy!" which appeared in your last issue, than Christian Scientists themselves.
Province of Alberta, Canada.
The form as distinguished from the substance of the first document in the book of Genesis.
In Revelation we find the admonition, "Hold that fast which thou hast, that no man take thy crown.
Everyone with the well-being of his fellow-men at heart has experienced disappointment when his efforts, or the fruits of his efforts, on their behalf have appeared to be delayed or thwarted.
The roof of the new Christian Science Benevolent Association Sanatorium for Pacific Coast, which is being built at San Francisco, is attracting attention due to its unusual character and method of construction.
The publication is announced of a new setting by James G.
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.
On the fifteenth of December, 1924, while suffering intensely from an attack of muscular rheumatism, I suddenly remembered the words of a friend on the eve of my departure for active service in Europe, in 1917: "The day may come when you will know God as I have learned to know and to love Him through the study of Christian Science.
With a sense of deepest gratitude I should like to give my testimony and tell of a few of the many blessings I have received since coming into Christian Science about fifteen years ago.
My first healing through Christian Science, some years ago, was instantaneous.
I was fortunate enough to be interested in Christian Science at an age when I could attend the Sunday school for a few years, for there I obtained a good basis for future study.
Christian Science has done much for me.
I came to Christian Science for help for one I held very dear, and during the time I cared for her with this help I had many beautiful experiences.
When I first heard of Christian Science my left ankle was in splints, as I was suffering from a tubercular condition of the bone.
Christian Science has been my only physician since I was seven years old, and I thank my dear mother for bringing me up in Christian Science.
Sixteen years ago I suffered severely from catarrh.
I have been studying Christian Science for over five years.
It is nineteen years since I began the study of Christian Science.
Father, I thank Thee that I knowThat Thou art All;I thank Thee for the truth that provesMan cannot fall.
[Paul Block, in the Milwaukee Sentinel, Wisconsin]