The contrast between joy and sorrow, between the things one holds sacred and those one considers wicked, between freedom and slavery, are strikingly and pathetically portrayed in the one hundred and thirty-seventh Psalm.
Remarks on George Washington prepared for the Washington Bicentennial Service in The Mother Church and Branch Churches on
- February 22, 1932
Among all men who have attained to an equal degree of prominence, George Washington is one of comparatively few whose public and private lives are conspicuous for the presence of right and the absence of wrong.
The Managing Representative for Europe of The Christian Science Publishing Society stated in his Annual Report that the advertising from the European territory covered by the Bureau has been splendidly maintained, and during some months of the year showed an increase.
Correspondents with The Christian Science Board of Directors and with the Clerk and Treasurer of The Mother Church, and with heads of departments of The Mother Church Offices, are requested always to place their addresses on their letters and to write their signatures plainly.
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.
Years ago, when I was a young girl living in New York, I was healed of a severe form of indigestion through the work of a Christian Science practitioner after being under the care of our family physician and on a strict diet for about a year without benefit.
During the past eighteen years, which have been filled with blessings resulting from the study and application of Christian Science, my thought has many times dwelt with reverent gratitude on my introduction to this truth and the joy of my first healing.
Compassion wears soft robes of tenderness,And seeks to bless humanity with peace;Enfolds each struggling thought consolingly,And whispers promises of sweet release;Blinds up the broken ones and bids them lookFor comfort in the precious "little book.