Among the innumerable blessings for which the Christian Scientist has occasion to give thanks daily is his priceless heritage of an absolute standard by which to measure all things—the standard of perfection.
Christian Science has brought to the business world an unfailing panacea for its ills, its woes, its rivalries, and its selfishness.
Your issue of February 4 carries an article which in the interest of accuracy should be corrected because of its reference to Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.
Christian Science was discovered by Mary Baker Eddy in 1866.
I have read with interest your admirable editorial "Is Faith Healing Feasible?
In a contribution in your issue of March 30, a clergyman made the misleading statement, "Christian Science teaches 'sin is nothing,' only an error of mind;" and he inferred that its adherents either ignore or condone evil.
Christian Science and Couéism are not similar, as your readers would probably infer from your mention of these subjects in the editorial "Unsuspected Disease," in the issue of your paper of August 14.
We are glad to announce the opening of a fund under the auspices of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, to enable needy Christian Scientists to enter Christian Science Houses in England and Wales.
The practice of Christian Science can be regarded as demonstrating the qualities of true being—those which really belong to God and man.
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Beginning with 1931, there will be published quarterly an edition of The Herald of Christian Science in the Dutch language with alternate pages in English.
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.
Many blessings have been my portion in the years that I have been studying Christian Science.
My first healing was experienced during a Wednesday evening testimony meeting in The Mother Church.
When I first entered a Christian Science Reading Room in London, eleven years ago, I little realized the freedom that step would bring me—freedom from the anxieties connected with earning a living, through the understanding that God, in whom "we live, and move, and have our being," as Paul states, has provided all good for us.
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I am profoundly grateful for many proofs of the sustaining power of God's love to man, as revealed through the study and application of Christian Science.
I could not live without Christian Science.
My family and I wish to express our profound gratitude through these pages for the numerous proofs of divine power and Love given to us, and I should like to relate a beautiful healing.
Words can express only a very small part of my deep and heartfelt gratitude for the wonderful truth that has come into my life through the study and application of Christian Science.
Christian Science was presented to me during a time of great stress, when I certainly needed the direction which it gives us to enable me to deal with various inharmonious conditions relating to my work.
Hidden in the earth's great heartLie little humble seeds;Yet they unfold,And, gently pushing upward to the light,Grow into lovely lilies,Clothed in the garb of purity.
[Evelyn White Michler, in the East Side Guardian, Los Angeles, California]
Orders for the Works of Mary Baker Eddy