Fear not, dear heart,Though waves run highAnd winds are wild;Love's guiding hand is ever nighHis precious child.
In Thursday's issue of the Register an evangelist is reported as saying that Christian Science denies the atonement of Christ Jesus through his blood.
Inasmuch as your esteemed paper of the 9th inst.
Kindly grant me space to reply to an article which appeared in your issue of Sunday, December 22.
In your issue of June 12, in your column "Among the New Books," your correspondent states, "Christian Scientists may be pained to discover what great importance is attached to diet and hygiene.
A writer in his article last Friday evening gave a discourse on the execution of two murderers.
The report of a sermon on spiritual healing, contained in your issue of August 9, has just come to my attention; and I respectfully submit the following as of interest to your readers, and as bearing on some of the issues raised by the evangelist.
Whether you sail a foam-swept, lifting sea,Or broad wings lift you out along the air,Or thought runs troubled through a long, dark night,Remember this—that God is everywhere:
Psychology is defined as "the science of the human mind or soul.
In so far as its citizens respect it, each nation's flag has a unifying influence and forecasts the universal adoption of the banner of Christianity, pointing to the everlasting unity, peace, and freedom of all God's creation.
How often has the cry gone up from sinful humanity, "Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me"! Miserable after material indulgence, despondent after a sinful bout, ashamed after giving way to a gust of willful passion, the repentant ones have turned to God entreating Him to take away their sins and to give them again that consciousness of purity which alone can bring them peace.
Visitors to The Mother Church edifice are naturally interested in the number and the character of the inscriptions on the walls taken from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Cyrus S.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
Since 1914 I had suffered terribly from glaucoma in both eyes, which is considered incurable.
This testimony is written in love and gratitude to God, infinite good, and to Mary Baker Eddy for the wonderful healings and spiritual understanding gained through the study of her writings and the Bible.
When a little girl I was taken seriously ill with scarlet fever.
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Some time ago I had an opportunity to prove that God does heal when we rely solely on Him.
I wish to express gratitude for the many blessings that have come into our home through Christian Science.
I am deeply grateful for all the blessings which have come to my family and to me through the study and application of Christian Science.
I did not take up the study of Christian Science for healing, but because I wanted something better than I had ; yet among the first fruits I received while reading the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, were two physical healings, one from all the phases of catarrh, from which I had suffered for fifteen years, and for which I had tried probably every known remedy, and also from various forms of throat trouble, to which I had been a victim ever since I could remember, and which were supposed to have been inherited.
Having experienced much help from the testimonies of others, with a deep sense of joy I acknowledge what Christian Science has done for me.
Words can never express my joy and gratitude for Christian Science, for what it has done and is doing for the whole world.
Across life's turbulent and angry seaA voice is carried on love's wings to me;In accents penetrating inmost soulIt tells of joy and peace and holy things,Of cruel thongs released and freedom won—The voice of Truth.
[Uncle Dudley, in the Boston Globe, Massachusetts]