How interested we are in the little children who, throughout the centuries, have been known to Bible readers, and how clearly their identity stands out! We recall the little Samuel in his sweet childish way running to Eli to see if he had called him, showing his prompt obedience to the voice that spoke to him, and associating his voice with one he loved.
At times, when a student of Christian Science is confronted with a problem to work out and is seeking healing, he spends so much thought in mental research and probing that he is apt to find himself in a maze.
It is a great privilege to be a student in a Christian Science Sunday School; for not only does the scholar learn there to know God and to experience freedom from sin and sickness, but he learns how to open the way to health and peace for his fellows.
Oscar Graham Peeke, Committee on Publication for the State of Missouri,
In his excellent Bible lecture, as reported in your issue of February 8, a clergyman in commenting on the reason for the existence of evil states that "Christian Science disposes of the problem by denying its existence.
Occasionally in the by-laws of a branch church there is provision for the First Reader to sit with the board of directors at certain intervals or in respect to certain matters, and he then participates in the proceedings of the board and their decisions.
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.
I did not take up the study of Christian Science for physical healing but because I was seeking an answer to my questions about God, which the orthodox church of which I was a member could not give me.
I grew up in a home where Christian Science literature was always present, and as a child experienced a number of healings through the work of a member of my family and through Christian Science practitioners.