Away from home, without his parents to guide his actions or to help settle his problems, new situations coming up that must be met each day—under such circumstances the young college student finds himself needing an infallible help that can be consulted for advice.
"Like to the mountains are my high desires,"I lift mine eyes unto the hills and pray,And strength baptizes me and hope inspires;God owns both heaven and earth, I cannot stray.
My attention has been drawn to the report of an address in your issue of the 28th ult.
As recent issues of your paper have carried reports of evangelistic services in which Christian Science was criticized and Mary Baker Eddy, its Discoverer and Founder, was mentioned, will you kindly allow space for brief comment?
Who hath not found Thy tender graceTo glorify the commonplace,Or in his everyday routineSome glimpse of beauty hath not seen?
Everybody agrees that everything should be done that can be to enlarge the human expectancy of life.
How often does the cry go up to God from humanity for His love, His support, His guidance! But how often it is made as if He were afar off, so far off, indeed, that He may not hear the cry at all, even the cry of agony! There is surely something wrong with the concept of God which regards Him as apart from His creation, probably far apart from it.
The casual observer just now passing down Norway Street along the site for the new Publishing House may not see much activity on the job.
The citations which comprise this Lesson-Sermon are from the Bible and "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
More than twenty years ago Christian Science was presented to me at a time of great need.
Christian Science was first introduced to my family many years ago while we were resident at Otacamund, on the Nilgiri Hills, South India, when two ladies who were Christian Scientists took a kindly interest in my mother, to whom they sent their periodicals for some time.
When I became interested in Christian Science, I was struggling with a business problem, which, it seemed to me at the time, could not possibly come out right.
Many blessings have been experienced in the years I have been studying Christian Science, and sincere gratitude prompts me to give my testimony.
For the great blessing that has come to the world in Christian Science I desire to express sincere gratitude.
Christian Science came to me in answer to prayer.
Many blessings have come to me through the study of Christian Science, and one for which I have felt increasing gratitude is that of the sustaining and healing power of Christian Science at the time my mother passed on.
I have been reading and enjoying the testimonies in The Christian Science Journal and Christian Science Sentinel for many years, so I think it is time for me to send in my testimony, for I feel sure that if Christian Science could heal me it can heal others.
I climbed my weary way,The jagged rocks were rough along the road,The fog hung low:I climbed my weary way with lagging steps,Halting and slow.
[The Bishop of Liverpool, as quoted in the Guardian, London, England]
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