WHEREAS at this season of the year our people for generations past have always turned their thoughts to thankfulness for the blessings of Almighty God,
THE keen appreciation of Christian Science and the deep gratitude for its teachings which are felt by Christian Scientists enable them to dwell in the mental state of thanksgiving.
"PRAY one for another, that ye may be healed.
AFTER one has been a student of Christian Science for some time, and has assimilated something of its teachings and demonstrated somewhat the great facts of being which it presents, it is natural to desire to share with others this spiritual understanding and its blessings.
HOW beautiful the swift flight of a bird sweeping aloft on joyful wing! How aptly it symbolizes that spiritual elevation and freedom which the understanding of Christian Science brings to the human consciousness, lifting it upward and Godward, as it were, on wings of joy! This joyousness is not, however, mere emotionalism, for it is born of a perception of the allness of God, His ever-presence and infinite goodness, and is in no way contingent on the evidence of the physical senses.
ARE we tempted at times to stand in awe of some problem that confronts us, perhaps temporizing with the seeming difficulty in our mental arguments, convinced that victory will eventually be gained, but reconciled to the belief that we must submit temporarily to error's rule?