Sweet mount of prayer! With earliest morning lightMy waking thought with joy ascends to thee;Within thy quietude I seek God's face,And always find Him waiting there for me,Waiting to gird me with His strength and power;He knows my need, and that throughout the dayMy trusting heart will turn to Him each hour,And seek His loving counsel all the way.
In the April 22 edition of your paper, under the caption "Told by Telegraph," a New York lady is reported to have said in reply to a query as to whether or not she was still a philosophical anarchist: "I am an anarchist, just a plain anarchist.
Your courageous publication deserves support, and it is with no thought of unfriendly criticism, but to prevent possible misunderstanding, that I am now writing to correct mistaken statements about Christian Science which appeared in the article "Debunking Chiropractic" in your May 7 issue.
To say that "Christian Science has no right to the name of Christian" shows plainly an ignorance of the subject.
Bring low my mount of selfishness, O God,Exalt the darkened valley, till a roadLofty but level, smooth and straight, appears—Thy highway, where my humbled, following feetMay tread henceforth in lightness; where the tearsWill rise no more, and where my soul,Freed from the phantoms of the mortal load,In selfless journeying may find its peace.
In her introduction to the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mrs.
Divine Love was glimpsed by Paul when he declared that without "charity," that is, without love, he was "nothing.
The Committees on Publication had their annual conference in Boston in October.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
"Beloved, follow not that which is evil".
As a witness to Truth as explained in Christian Science I wish to give this testimony.
Over ten years ago, through the understanding of a twelve-year-old girl, I experienced my first healing in Christian Science.
In January, 1920, I became interested in Christian Science.
I have been interested in Christian Science for many years and have derived much good from it.
Christian Science came into my experience in 1915 when my parents took it up, for healing but as a religion.
In all humility I wish to express gratitude for the many beautiful blessings that have come to me as a result of the study and application of Christian Science, and for the blessing of having never known anything but this wonderful truth.
In my childhood I was taught that God is a God of love, but in His inscrutable wisdom He either caused or permitted suffering.
As a child I was not strong and had more than the usual number of children's diseases.
I did not take up the study of Christian Science in the first place for physical healing, as no one I knew believed in it or was in accord with its teachings.
It is with great joy and thankfulness that I testify to the healing and regenerating power of Christian Science.
I come, dear Lord, with this first fall of snowTo lift my heart in tender prayer for themWho have great need, and yet who do not knowThe way to touch the Master's garment hem.
[Editorial in the Boston Transcript, Massachusetts]
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