Sometimes a student of Christian Science, after working for a long time on a problem, asks: I have worked as well as I know how to work; why are my efforts unavailing?
The Master enjoined his followers to love one another; and his command was reiterated by others, among whom were his disciples John, who said, "Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God," and Peter, who enjoined, "Above all things have fervent charity among yourselves.
Awakening out of one of the little dreams of sleepI wonder a moment is it night or morn,But through this resurrection my sense of being I keep,And with refreshment arise as one newborn.
In the February 9 issue of your paper a correspondent, in expressing his opinion of Christian Science, writes of it as a "supernatural cult," and a "Yankee notion.
"Watchman," writing in your issue of November 21, refers to the Holy Scriptures, "which," he says, "of all writings in the world are alone divinely inspired, or God-breathed," and then supports his contention by quoting from II Timothy: "All scripture is given by inspiration of God.
The address delivered before the Cape Town British Israel Association on the fourteenth of May, 1930, a report of which was published in the June issue of the South African National Message, under the title of "The Rock and the Sand," conveys an implication derogatory to Christian Science, in that it states as a result of certain "downward steps" of the churches "the teaching of Jesus comes into comparison with that of Buddha, Confucius, theosophy, and of Hinduism, Islam, Christian Science, and all ancient and modern creeds.
The growth of the work of this committee during the past year has given much cause for rejoicing.
Dear God, let me walk with Thee all the day,For when alone, how steep the path and drear,What hills of doubt and valleys deep of fear!But by Thy side, how easy grows the way!
Christian Science teaches that "immortal Mind is ever active," and that man "reflects spiritually all that belongs to his Maker.
The Christian Scientist is an individual seeker, finder, and follower of spiritual light.
The Christian Science Publishing Society accepts religious articles and religious poems only from members of The Mother Church.
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.
When I turned to Christian Science for physical healing, I would search the testimonies to see if someone had been healed of a case similar to mine, as it was thought mine was a terrible conditions, and that if Christian Science could heal me, it could heal anything in the way of disease.
Christian Science was first introduced to me by a very kind friend about eighteen years ago, and I took up its study after I had seen the many benefits she was deriving through her understanding of it.
It is with sincere gratitude I testify to the healing power of Christian Science.
Christian Science was brought into our home some twenty-nine years ago when my little sister was stricken with a very severe case of diphtheria.
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for all the blessings I have had since becoming a student of Christian Science.
I thank God for the many blessings which Christian Science has brought to me and to my family.
For the hymn containing these words, in the Christian Science Hymnal, I had cause recently to be immeasurably grateful.
With joyful gratitude I want to add my testimony to those of many others, which bear witness to the regeneration brought about in their lives through the study and application of Christian Science.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude that I give this testimony to the healing power of Christian Science.
[From the New Jersey Courier, Toms River, New Jersey, quoting the Trenton Times]
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