IN human life we have standards by which to gauge the relative value of all material things.
I HAVE walked amid the pleasures Which the senses claim to give; I have tried to serve ambition, With its phantoms tried to live; I have tasted fleshly morsels, And I know their bitter tang— While above me, and within me, Love was always calling, calling me; From the sense-dream, from the shadows Love was calling, calling me.
In your February 11 issue a correspondent criticizes certain statements made in a lecture on Christian Science recently given at Muskegon.
I would thank you for space in which to reply to a reference to Christian Science in the March 11 morning edition of the Leader-Post by a correspondent.
In the March 21 issue you quote a clergyman as saying that Christian Science "denies the personality of God the Father and of His Son Jesus Christ; it denies the reality of sin and the reality of the Saviour; it repudiates absolutely the blood atonement.
Christian Science services are held every Sunday afternoon [in the prison], with the exception of the second Sunday of each month, under the auspices of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Oh, deep shall I plant for the issue And pure be the seeds that I sow, That only the fruits of the Spirit My plentiful harvest shall know.
Hope, as the teaching of Christian Science instills it, is unflagging, progressive.
On November 11, during the past few years, citizens of many countries the world around have for a few moments ceased their accustomed tasks to turn their thoughts gratefully to "the God of peace" in commemoration of the armistice for which many thousands of Christians had earnestly prayed.
Occasionally Christmas cards and other remembrances prepared especially by Christian Scientists include their names followed by the initials "C.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a series of suburban lectures on Christian Science by Gavin W.
Testimonies of healings brought about at authorized lecturers on Christian Science will be published in The Christian Science Journal or the Christian Science Sentinel, when verified as are other testimonies appearing in the periodicals.
I did not turn to Christian Science for physical healing.
Christian Science means everything to me.
After seven years of stomach trouble, during which time I was almost constantly under some physician's care, I was placed with a specialist.
In gratitude I should like to bear witness to the great blessing which has come to me through Christian Science.
I became interested in Christian Science in 1910.
It is now thirteen years since I first turned to Christian Science, and I am most grateful for all it has done for me.
I have been wonderfully blessed through the study and application of the teachings of Christian Science.
I should like to express my gratitude through the Sentinel for the many blessings received from Christian Science.
I did not come to Christian Science willingly.
It is now some years since I received healing through Christian Science of many painful conditions.
[From the Azusa Herald, California]
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