EVEN among those not acquainted with Christian Science the words "presence of mind" are almost invariably used to denote a desirable condition of thought.
In the Gospel according to Luke we are told of a certain lawyer who, tempting the Master, asked what he should do to inherit eternal life.
THE announcement read from the desk of a Christian Science church or society that a free lecture on Christian Science is to be delivered in the community by a member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, is the heralding of a joyous occasion for Christian Scientists and for those bowed down from a false sense of sin, sorrow, sickness, or supply, and who are now turning thitherward seeking deliverance from or a way out of their seeming bondage.
"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE brings to light Truth and its supremacy, universal harmony, the entireness of God, good, and the nothingness of evil," writes Mrs.
OCCASIONALLY, the student of Christian Science is confronted with a problem the solution of which involves the interests of persons whose thoughts may not be in accord with the progressive spiritual reasoning of an earnest Christian Scientist.
FROM a window high above the city street a student of Christian Science who was watching the thronging crowds at noonday observed the shadows cast by individuals, and as the busy crowd moved on its way she gathered many helpful thoughts.