ONE summer, the owner of a flower garden being away from home, the pleasant task of caring for the garden fell to the lot of a student of Christian Science.
I LIFT mine eyes unto the hills;Their grandeur, strength, and calmBid anxious, restless thoughts to cease,Revealing God's eternal peace,A blessed healing balm.
In your issue of September 2 "Medikus" quite erroneously stated that Christian Science practice is "suggestion.
Kindly allow me to comment upon the three letters concerning Christian Science which appeared in the Morpeth Herald of the 5th instant.
A contributor in your issue of August 26 made various mistaken comments regarding Christian Science in his "diagnosis of Christian Science as related to the Word of God," and I should appreciate an opportunity to present correct information concerning this religion; and please let me assure the readers of the Eagle that the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, presents helpful and satisfactory answers regarding all the points he mentioned.
In the May 25 issue of the Times a contributor said: "Christian Science is every day performing so many miracles in absent treatment as to leave no room for further doubt concerning its possibility or its efficacy.
THE heart fears fallow hours; the painOf plowshares, and the long still daysOf purging, when the neighboring fieldsFling gold encirclements aroundIts barrenness.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE reveals the truth that God, Spirit, is infinite, and that, therefore, He exists without an opposite.
IT augurs well for one who appeals to Christian Science for healing of sickness or deliverance from sin, for guidance in business or freedom from any inharmony, if his mental attitude corresponds to that of the suppliant of old who cried, "What must I do to be saved?
Due to the earthquake of Friday evening, March 10, which rendered the church edifices in Long Beach, California, unsafe for occupancy, the four Churches of Christ, Scientist, in that city united in a joint service the following Sunday afternoon at Houghton Park in North Long Beach, the Readers of First Church and soloist of Second Church officiating.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
Five years ago Christian Science came to me while I was a patient in a veterans' hospital.
So much help and encouragement have been received from testimonies that it seems my bounden duty and privilege to add my mite to the store of praise for Christian Science.
A deep sense of gratitude impels me to tell of some of the many blessings I have received through Christian Science.
Christian Science was presented to me over fifteen years ago, at a time when it seemed that I was losing the use of my eyes.
I want to testify to a healing which I experienced through Christian Science.
I was a small child when Christian Science was brought into our home by a friend who was visiting with us, but I can remember the many evenings spent by my parents and this friend in the discussion of the subject.
When Christian Science was first introduced to me I did not promise to go to the church, but about two weeks later I had a strong desire to attend the service.
For more than twenty years Christian Science has been my only help in time of need, whether for health, guidance, home, friends, position, or protection; and in all that time I have found that there is no problem too big or too small for Christian Science to work out harmoniously.
I am indeed grateful that eleven years ago I was ready and willing to turn to Christian Science for help, which I received from another member of my family who was a student of Christian Science.
Through the correct application of Christian Science I have been healed of smoking, drinking, constipation, biliousness, sick headaches, ulcers of the stomach, foot troubles, and many erroneous traits of character.
[From the Home Quarterly, Nashville, Tennessee]
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