word "academy," with its various derivatives, comes down to us from classical history in a very pleasing picture.
grant me patienceTo bear the little things that seem to irk —The petty hates, the jealousies that lurkIn daily contact with my fellow man—These cannot hurt me, if I only canMore patient be.
For the benefit of your correspondent, writing in your issue of December 4, let me say that there are millions throughout the world today who greatly appreciate Christian Science, for they have been healed by its ministrations of sin, sickness, insanity, mental depression, and other woes of the carnal mind.
It has been drawn to my attention that a clergyman had a letter on the subject of Christian Science in the Advertiser of March 10.
Mary Baker Eddy is the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, one of the greatest religious movements of all times.
In the issue of your paper of March 9, a doctor, in an address on "Mental Hygiene," is reported as saying that Mrs.
[Excerpt from Baccalaureate Address delivered at University of Washington, Seattle, on June 12, 1932, by Albert E.
recognition of the fact that God is immutable in nature and irresistible in expression led him to say with confident assurance, "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.
puzzled or dismayed by temptation, we may note with confidence that in the messages to the seven churches, found in the <a class="tome-reference"
Those who have in their possession prized typed or handwritten copies, paragraphs, letters, or manuscripts supposed to have come from Mrs.
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I am grateful for the healings and blessings which I have experienced through Christian Science.
Through the study of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy for the last eighteen years, like many others I have been healed of physical discords, amongst which were the offensive and severe symptoms of catarrh in the head, colds, headaches, frozen feet, and other physical pain.
Through seeing the wonderful healing of my mother I became interested in Christian Science.
I have experienced many blessings since coming into Christian Science.
Fourteen years ago my prayer was, Oh, for one day's health, so that I might know what it is like to be free, as others seem to be! During the years previous to this time I had suffered very much, and was little bettered after the services, most kindly given, of in all some fifty physicians and surgeons.
In September, 1930, while I was preparing the evening meal, a steam cooker exploded.
In 1918 I resigned my commission in the regular army and went to work in the East.
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I should like to add my testimony to the many others.
In 1914 my son, then a baby boy of about four years, was in the last stages of tuberculosis; and after several physicians had done all they could do I asked for Christian Science help just as I would have asked for help from any prevailing material methods, without a conscious belief in God, and with a contempt for all forms of religion.
I wish to express my gratitude for the good which has come to me since taking up the study of Christian Science.
dwelling place in Thee, O Lord,Before the mountains were,Before the hills and valleys bloomedIn radiant joy secure!
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