THERE is a remarkable story to be found in the fifth chapter of II Kings which gives a beautiful instance of how children and young people are indeed privileged to express the activity of divine good.
I see Thee only when I look above, Far from earth's vanities and fancied rest; I see Thee best when, bathed in living love, My grateful heart responds to Thy behest.
In the brief book review published in your issue of March 31, it would appear that an author attempts to portray and analyze the life of Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.
In your issue of April 18 you publish an excerpt from a sermon in which the clergyman states that "there is a tremendous lot of fanaticism about this healing by prayer and faith," and questions God's willingness to heal men of sickness directly, but states that in some way He does heal through material methods indirectly.
A correspondent, in his second letter, which appeared in the Newcastle Journal of December 15, says that "this denial of the existence of evil seems to be based on some rank bad reasoning on the part of Mrs.
A fair inference from the editorial in your issue of June 21 is that you regard Christian Science as a system of mental absurdities wherein one has but to "ignore facts, and they cease to exist.
In your issue of January 30 appeared an article by a clergyman commenting upon a lecture on Christian Science.
Christian Science is doing much today for those who understand its teaching, in that it is either healing them of sickness and redeeming them from sin, or protecting them from both sickness and sin.
In the following statements from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures".
Many inquiries reach The Christian Science Board of Directors regarding the holding of "metaphysical meetings" so called.
In line with the spirit of Article XVII, Section 3, of the Manual of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, by Mary Baker Eddy, the corner stone of the new Publishing House was set at seven o'clock on Monday morning, October 17, 1932.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Hon.
I am very grateful for all the good that has come to me through the study of Christian Science.
In 1907 I was healed by Christian Science, after many physicians had done all they could for me.
The day Christian Science came into my life, more than twenty years ago, the doctor who was attending me for double pneumonia had told my husband that my condition was hopeless and that it was only a question of days.
Christian Science has been my only physician for many years, and I cannot imagine what my life would have been without this wonderful truth as revealed to us by our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.
Christian Science made its first impression upon me in the year 1905, during the winter of which I lived with a friend who a short time before had taken up the study of Christian Science.
It is fourteen years since I began to study Christian Science.
After enjoying the bountiful blessings which Christian Science affords us all, I feel that longer to withhold my testimony to the efficacy of Christian Science healing would be most ungrateful of me.
In 1906 I became interested in Christian Science.
I am glad to take this opportunity of expressing my very great gratitude to Christian Science for all the wonderful blessings that it has brought to me, particularly during the last three years.
I am very happy to have this opportunity publicly to express my gratitude to God for the many blessings I have received through the ministration of Christian Science.
Many years ago I was healed by Christian Science of lung trouble and of a serious nervous condition.
All orders and remittances for Mrs.