A Student of Christian Science, musing over the many blessings which had come to him, was struck by the thought that he no longer had any idle or wasted moments.
"Arithmetic" is quite a big word, but a familiar one to most children.
Who cometh down the narrow street,With such a quiet tread,And walketh as a conquerorWith thorns around his head?
My attention has been drawn to the report of an address in your issue of the 8th inst.
The item that appeared a few days ago in your column which is headed "The Sawdust Trail," with reference to "Divine Healing," does not mention Christian Science; but in order that your readers may not retain a wrong impression from what you said, I am asking the privilege of your columns for the following.
Your correspondent, whose letter appears in your issue of September 9th, states that "he does not know the teachings of Christian Science too well.
It was the dawn, silent, and cold, and still,Its stillness broken only by the soundOf little rustling movements in the trees,Where tiny birds awakening, stirred, and calledTheir sleepy mates, with softest twitterings.
There is not a person on earth who does not in some way and in some degree believe himself at times fettered by materiality.
When Jesus, standing beside the tomb, called to Lazarus, "Come forth," he roused him from the mesmerism of death through his understanding of the law of eternal Life.
A little girl of eight, who from babyhood has been a pupil in The Mother Church Sunday School, spoke about the small allowances she and her elder brother received from their parents, and said: "Of course we cannot be fooling around now with buying candy and such things.
The religious article in The Christian Science Monitor will be translated into Polish once a month beginning May 25.
Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies.
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.
Christian Science, which came into my life healing me and changing my thinking, has caused me to be deeply grateful, as it has thousands of others.
My heart is overflowing with joy and gratitude to God for leading me to Christian Science.
In order to express my gratitude for Christian Science, I wish to tell of a few of the many benefits received through the study and application of its teachings.
I feel I must praise God and thank Him for His goodness in leading me to Christian Science, through which I have been delivered from serious illness.
It is my earnest desire to express some of the deep love and gratitude I feel to God for having opened the way for me to study Christian Science.
Having received so many benefits and healings through the study of Christian Science, I desire to express my gratitude and joy.
With a deep sense of gratitude for absolute proof of the efficacy of Christian Science I am writings this testimony of healing.
I wish to express my gratitude for all the help I have had through the study and application of Christian Science.
Years ago a member of our family was helped through the loving ministrations of Christian Science practitioners.
A first faint beam of morn,A thread of gold,And dimming shadows clear awayTo let the light unfoldA winding trail,Where countless steps still climbTo praise the risen Lord,With love and faith sublime.
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