One bright Sunday afternoon a little girl sat on the veranda, thinking about the lake near which she lived.
It has been drawn to my attention that a lecture on Christian Science recently given in Poplar Bluff, and reported in part in the Daily American Republic of March 26, 1934, has aroused two rejoinders—one from a clergyman, who, as recorded in your paper of March 29, thinks the lecturer's explanation of the first and second chapters of Genesis is wrong—and one from another clergyman, as reported in your issue of March 31.
In reply to the letter of "Veritas," published in your issue of March 24, Christian Science emphasizes that true Christianity is a practicable and demonstrable religion.
You of the graduating class have already seen the value of looking upward.
The moon is full tonight;Its gentle lightBathes all around in beauty, yet that beamIs only the reflection of a rayFrom the majestic sun that rules our day.
Because of the tendency of men to judge and criticize one another, the teachings and example of Christ Jesus on this subject find wide application and merit universal acceptance.
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The question is asked whether a Christian Science Reading Room should take listings of rooms, houses, apartments, and positions, and so carry on, in a degree, a rental and employment bureau in connection with the regular Reading Room work.
Introductions to Lectures
"The word of God is quick, and powerful".
In 1923 I began the study of Christian Science only after all other means had failed me in my search for health and relief from suffering.
I had been attended by different doctors for a number of years for tuberculosis, without getting any relief.
I should like to tell of my first healing through Christian Science.
Christian Science, when rightly applied, will always meet our needs.
It is with great gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me that I write this testimony.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude that I submit this testimony of the many blessings which I have received through the study of Christian Science.
Profound gratitude to God, to Christ Jesus, the Way-shower, and to our beloved Leader, impels me to make use of the wise provision for giving testimonies, and to share some of my healings and experiences.
Christian Science has changed the whole course of my life, and my gratitude knows no bounds.
God said, Let there be light, and it was day,The formless void of night had passed away;Nor sun, nor moon, nor stars as yet were made,But Truth revealed gave light that could not fade.
Orders for the Works of Mary Baker Eddy