goal of human ambition is leadership.
me, dear Father, of Thy love so sing,That I may bringA strain of melody to some sad heart,There to impartA priceless boon, whereby shall gladness springTo blossoming;E'en though I walk apart, from need or choice,Let me rejoiceWith such unfaltering trust, that they who hearShall know Thee nearerAnd hold Thee dearer,Forgetting all save Thee, in faith sincere.
In the "Public Opinion" column of your paper, issue of December 16, appears an article in which a listener to a Christian Science lecture takes issue with the lecturer by questioning the soundness of his logic, particularly his assertion that "like produces like.
Your issue of November 2 contains an article, "Dreams, Folklore, and Neurasthenia.
The preacher who delivered the sermon at the graduation exercises in the Benton Harbor High School last Sunday, as reported in your issue of June 13, took occasion to criticize the teachings of Christian Science, and to apply some hard names to those who profess those teachings.
A Christian Science worker visits the prison each Saturday to minister to the spiritual welfare of those who are interested in Christian Science and desire help.
is a flower of faithThat blossoms when seeds are sownIn the trusting heart that seeketh good,And waiteth for God alone.
are influenced more by what they believe God to be than by anything else.
of the tantalizing, limiting beliefs of mankind, whence spring many trials and troubles, worries and woes, is the notion of chance, the educated superstition of luck, the belief that things merely happen.
Only a little over a year ago, namely, in the Sentinel of February 13, 1932, we published an acknowledgment of gifts of letters written by Mary Baker Eddy and her Secretaries which had come to us during the two years preceding.
Forty years ago, that is, in 1893, at the World's Columbian Exposition held in Chicago, a notable meeting of Christian Scientists and a recognition of the religion founded by Mrs.
The Circulation Department will hold a meeting at 9.
In 1916, through the gentle ministrations of Christian Science, I was saved from undergoing an operation for internal complications.
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me and for my family.
It is with heartfelt gratitude that I recount a few of the many blessings which I have received through the study of Christian Science.
I am deeply grateful for Christian Science, the Science which Mrs.
Before I took up the study of Christian Science my outlook on life was an exceedingly depressed, confused, and fearful one.
In deep gratitude to God for His almighty power I should like to relate how through the teaching of Christian Science and through the loving work of a practitioner I was healed of a severe trouble of many years' standing.
I did not come into Christian Science for healing, but to please another who asked me to attend church and read the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
It is over twenty years since I began the study of Christian Science.
Some seventeen years ago Christian Science came to me when I was passing through a time of great sorrow.
Christian Science has brought so many blessings into my life that I wish to bear grateful testimony to its healing power.
all the world is glorious with spring,When rosy blossoms shine against the blue,And joyous birds in every thicket sing,Stirring the heart to gratitude anew;When snow-clad mountains, far across the bay,Lift their proud crests against the setting sun,Pointing to heights beyond our little day,Promising glories that shall yet be won;Then consciousness of Spirit grows aware,Dimly perceives what eye hath never seen,The truth that underlies these symbols fair—Sum of all beauty that has ever been—And knows that in such glimpses one may seeRadiant reflections of reality.
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