IT is evident to the student of Christian Science that elimination of error from thought will eliminate it from experience, and so will lead to the demonstration of harmony, which, of necessity, always results from the activity of perfect Principle.
Be not discouraged! Love divine,The sun of peace, will surely shineUpon your life, and bring the restWhich work well done at Love's behestMust always bring.
The revivalist who has been conducting a series of meetings in your city, and who was quoted at considerable length in your issue of March 12, made a reference to Christian Science that, without explanation, might be confusing to some of your readers.
In your last issue, you publish remarks by a correspondent calling himself "An Ordinary Man," and I shall be glad if you will kindly grant me space to reply.
When a bishop declared, as reported in the Gazette of May 13, that "faith healing, as such, is one form of irreligion," he placed himself, unintentionally no doubt, in much the same position as the learned men of Christ Jesus' day who accused the Master of healing the sick by irreligious means.
According to your report of a session of the Southwestern Tuberculosis Conference, held recently in Fort Worth, a medical man of your city included a reference in his address that was plainly directed toward the practice of Christian Science, though not specifically so stated.
"Come unto me," the loving words fell softly,"Come unto me,.
The right to just compensation for labor or work was one of the first of all rights to be generally recognized.
Satisfaction varies according to the mentality of the individual.
Christian Scientists generally are familiar with the By Law entitled "Literature in Reading Rooms".
When sending a change of address, the following points should always be included in the request:
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
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.
Previous to taking up the study of the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, I had always believed that ingratitude was one of the greatest of sins, but how much more I could see it after getting an understanding of the great truths taught in this book! Since that wonderful day I have had so many things for which to be grateful — for myself and many others — that a sense of gratitude is continually present for some known blessing.
I feel that I must express my deep gratitude for the blessings I have received through Christian Science.
Jesus said, "Be not afraid," and "Fear not.
When Christian Science was presented to me, it came as a direct answer to a prayer that I made in a time of great trouble.
I suffered with asthma, and although four doctors tried to help me I became worse.
I turned to Christian Science for help in a business problem.
My heart is filled with gratitude for all that Christian Science has done for me and mine, and for the healing it is bringing to mankind.
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I became intrested in Christian Science when in a very depressed state of mind over the physical condition of my mother, who had been a semi-invalid for a number of years.
I wish to express my gratitude for many blessings received through Christian Science, both by myself and by my family.
How good to know that in the lucent heightAnd splendor of His presence we remainOne with that beauty of supernal lightInviolate, where darkness, sin, and painLike clouds before the dawn of day disperse —One with the God-created universe,
[From "A Christian Scientist's View," by Charles W.
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