WHEN we think a kindly thought or do a loving deed, no matter how simple the thought or small the deed, it at least hints the truth about man, God's reflection.
SEVERAL years ago, while watching some children at play, an observer noticed that much time was wasted by the children in arguing and striving among themselves as to who should be the leader.
on the waking hills I oft have seen— Where half delays the starred and peaceful night— The cloudy sheep pass softly into light, Like hawthorn drifted on the lovely green; And in that hour have breathed Thy tenderest name: Good Shepherd! go before, and guide Thy lamb.
The gracious references to Christian Science by a columnist, in his interesting sidelights column, in your issue of December 18, are appreciated.
In your issue of December 23 a correspondent takes issue with your editorial of the 17th, entitled "Why Is It?
Your issue of September 17 contains another article by a clergyman on what he imagines Christian Science to be.
THOUGH the fig tree shall not blossom, And the vines no fruit shall yield; Though the olive bear no fruitage, Neither meat be in the field; Though the flock from fold be absent, And no herd be in the stall; "Yet I will rejoice," with singing, Knowing naught but God, as All.
Six times during the year the important metropolitan newspaper, the Los Angeles Sunday Times, printed full press reports of Christian Science lectures.
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MANY students of Christian Science had read and loved the Bible and had honestly endeavored to accept, understand, and obey its precepts even before they learned of Mrs.
One of the Boston Protestant churches, in its weekly folder entitled "Good News for This Week," pays a distinct compliment to the Christian Science Mother Church in the following words:
To insure that complete lecture notices be printed in the Sentinel, detailed information should reach the Journal, Sentinel, and Herald Editorial Department regarding lectures in the United States and Canada, at least four weeks before the date of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, at least five weeks before; in other European countries, at least eight weeks before.
As I review what Christian Science has done for me, it seems as if I have not words strong enough to express my gratitude.
That "man's extremity is God's opportunity" has indeed been proved by my family and me.
Because it has been my happy privilege to know of and experience the beneficent ministrations of a most loving and practical religion, Christian Science, it is my sincere desire to express my heartfelt gratitude so that others who may be sorely discouraged and unhappy, as I was, may know how they too may be free, free from every kind of discord, whether it be physical, mental, moral, or financial; for the correct understanding and application of Christian Science will heal every ill "that flesh is heir to.
For many years I suffered so greatly under the seeming power of sin and sickness that I was often near to despair.
Such a song of gratitude is singing in my heart for all the blessings Christian Science has brought to our home that I should like to share some of the benefits received.
From the bottom of my heart I give thanks to God for having given me spiritual understanding through Christian Science.
Like many others, I was awakened to the healing truth in Christian Science only when years of experimenting with other forms of treatment had failed to bring relief.
Before I commenced to study Christian Science my baby daughter was healed in one treatment by a Christian Science practitioner of severe bowel trouble after five weeks of medical treatment had failed to give relief.
Many years ago, when Christian Science first came to my attention, the hours seemed too filled with the attractions of the day for me to answer the summons that knock at the door of every human heart to herald the Christ.
"Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.
[Lord Dunsany, as quoted in Great Thoughts, London, England]
All orders and remittances for Mrs.