The study of Christian Science awakens its adherents to be ever alert for the voice of Truth.
CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS always rejoice that they have an unvarying Principle by which to order aright the affairs of daily life.
Dear Father, in this twilight hourI bring a load of sorrow,The longings still unsatisfied,The fears about to-morrow.
The article "Cancer and the Public," from "A Medical Correspondent," published in last Saturday's Cape Argus, dealing with the treatment of cancer by quacks, may perhaps be a much-needed warning to the public to beware of persons who fraudulently give out that they can guarantee a certain cure for cancer; but it would seem quite unjustifiable to have brought Christian Science into question in so discourteous a manner.
Quite recently, in your esteemed paper, a doctor reviewed most interestingly the International Sunday School Lesson, entitled, "Jesus, the Great Physician.
Will you kindly allow me to comment on some of the interesting but rather startling assertions reported in your columns last night from the Lower House of the Convocation of Canterbury?
I shall begin each sunlit morn anew,And go in joyousness the whole day throughWith gratitude for every lovely thing—My step shall lighter be, my heart shall sing.
With reference to the work during the past year, it is gratifying to note that many of the references to Christian Science in the local press have been of a constructive character, and that the general attitude of the editors is favorable.
A writer in the April number of the Atlantic Monthly, one having intimate experience for twenty years with physical science, said that there are three kinds of knowledge: intuitive, mathematical, and scientific; and he said that "all three types of knowledge are more similar than most laymen think.
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Churches and societies in the United States and the Dominion of Canada which wish to give lectures during the first two months of the next lecture year, namely, July and August, 1931, are requested to inform the Board of Lectureship before May 25.
It is with deep gratitude for all that Christian Science has done for me that I send this testimony.
Over fourteen years ago, while living in New York City, I saw a wonderful healing of locomotor ataxia brought about through the reading of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me and mine.
For years I have been a recipient of the blessings, moral, financial, and physical, which are the heritage of every loyal and earnest student of the teachings of Mary Baker Eddy.
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Nothing but pure gratitude impels me to send this testimony.
My attention was first drawn to Christian Science by the wonderful effect of its ministrations upon the life of a dear friend.
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
Before I turned to Christian Science for healing, I had "tobacco heart" so badly that I thought tobacco was killing me.
Through the study of Christian Science and its application to my needs I have experienced contentment, joy, and peace; whereas before, unrest and turmoil had seemed to be so real.
When Christian Science found me, over three years ago, I had been a medical nurse for thirty years.
As roses from the one great GiverOf all lovelinessReceive their beauty,And, as theyGive out impartially to all alikeThe selfsame color, shape, and charming fragrance,Giving and ever giving without wearinessTheir sweetness to the atmosphere around,So let me also share with one and allThe deep unfailing joy God gives to me,That it may permeate the atmosphere of thoughtWith universal, spiritual tenderness,And bring to troubled senseSoul's dear delight.
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