Among the youth of our day certain remarks may frequently be heard which indicate that the desire for popularity has a strong foothold in human consciousness.
Winged are thy thoughts with song,And jubilant with praise;Rise on these pinions strong,Upward where angels throng,High o'er earth's haze.
In your review of a book, on March 6, Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, is classed with Mesmer, who brought into notice mesmerism, hypnotism, or animal magnetism, and Freud, the psychoanalyst.
In expressing my appreciation of the articles appearing in your paper entitled "The Passing Show," generally speaking so entertainingly written, I must take exception to a reference to Christian Science, which appears under this heading in your issue of May 10.
Please permit me to say, with reference to the letter from a correspondent in your issue of the 12th instant, that the statement to which he takes exception is completely justified when the nature of Mrs.
In early morn my thoughts ariseTo Thee, most holy One;Oh, keep me through this busy day,And let my tasks be doneAs unto Thee.
This new [Christian Science] hymnal is compiled for the use of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, at Boston, Massachusetts, and its branch churches throughout the world.
A very significant thing occurred recently.
The teaching of Christian Science turns human thought from the belief that life is organic, physical, and finite, and reveals Life as synonymous with God, divine Principle.
Christian Scientists in Boston, who have noted the wooden staging about the finial at the very top of The Mother Church dome, the pineapple as it is often called, have surmised that some repairs were being made.
The Lord's Prayer, with its spiritual interpretation given in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, has been translated into the Danish and Dutch languages.
Buckhannon, West Virginia.
Eleven years ago, while working on a building, I stepped on a nail which penetrated through my shoe into the foot.
For some time it has been my intention to send a testimony to one of our periodicals as a small contribution of acknowledgment for the many blessings that have been mine since the coming of Christian Science into my life; and the following healing of rupture through the revelation to me of the understanding of what true forgiveness and forgetfulness mean, is sent with the hope that it may be helpful to others wrestling with like problems.
About the time of the birth of our little daughter the doctor, after several visits, pronounced the case a surgical one and then later stated that a Cæsarian operation would be necessary.
Out of a thankful heart I should like to testify to a healing through Christian Science.
Five years ago I was a physical wreck.
It is with sincere gratitude that I give this testimony of the many healings I have had through the study of Christian Science in the past five years.
Years ago, when I first heard of Christian Science, I made light of it because of ignorance.
Our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, says.
After I had been under the care of physicians for many years, without permanent relief from many ills, a sister asked me to try Christian Science.
My heart overflows with gratitude to God and to Christian Science for the many healings and blessings which have been brought into my life.
Sixteen years ago I had my first treatment in Christian Science.
The logn record of God's goodness to me needs some special acknowledgment.
[From the Union Star, Schenectady, New York]
Orders for the Works of Mary Baker Eddy