With what joy one can give himself of the tasks of spring house-cleaning, and what a lesson there is in it! In expectation of pleasant changes, and abiding in the consciousness of the real man's existence in an atmosphere of spiritual purity, one makes a few preparations; and the work, started perhaps in the attic, progresses gradually to the basement, at every step illustrating the possibilities, yes, and the need, of mental house-cleaning.
Among students the belief frequently prevails that, although some subjects are mastered with ease, others present difficulties so insurmountable that discouragement is sure to come in, hampering progress and well-nigh stopping effort.
Unceasing prayer! Dear God, how may one prayEach moment of the busy working day?
In his further remarks, replying to my letter, the clergyman critic still believes that the "therapeutic teaching" of Christian Science "is based on a denial of the existence of an ailment," and that "this was not the method of healing employed by Christ.
Religious liberty, a basic tenent of our land, implies freedom from misrepresentation and disparagement, though apparently there are those who fail to comprehend or observe the spirit of the constitutional right here posited.
My Father's house has plenty and to spare;I hunger in a country far away.
The Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, had as an essential part of her great work to find the best terms with which to express the Science of being.
Spiritual gain is more than a reshuffling of mortal thoughts: it is their displacement by spiritual ideas.
Not all Christian Scientists who become students at colleges and universities realize the privilege which they may have, if there are at their respective universities Christian Science organizations formed under Article XXIII, Section 8, of the Church Manual.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Ralph B.
It is with gratitude I send this testimony of thanks for Christian Science and for what it has done for me.
Through the study of Christian Science I have been freed from all manner of sickness, discouragement, and sorrow.
I am happy to tell of my gratitude to Christian Science for having healed me of fear for our children, fear which made me very unhappy.
When I turned to Christian Science, I did not know what it was to spend a whole day free from suffering.
Twenty-one years ago my son was healed of tuberculosis, said to be hereditary, as his father had passed on with the disease.
I should like to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
Christian Science was presented to me at a time when I was feeling very much burdened with family cares.
When Christian Science was first presented to me I was living with people who were prejudiced against it, and when the literature was given me I was advised by them against reading it.
Christian Science was brought to the attention of my family when I was about nine years old.
Larks winging upward,Filling the heavensWith praises of God and love to mankind,So lift our hearts, Lord,That we too may love Thee,And know Thee as Life, Truth, Love,Infinite Mind.
[From the Union, Augusta, Wisconsin]
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