As an excuse for his lack of diligence in school works, a boy once told his father that the teacher did not like him, and hence he was not going to be promoted at the end of the term.
Never fallen, always free,Garmented in majesty,Ray and image found in onePerfect Father's perfect son;Gentle, strong, and satisfied,Happy, active, occupied—Face to face with God's perfectionMan is wholly His reflection.
In your issue of August 3 a writer undertakes to describe the Christian Science exhibit in the Hall of Religion at the Chicago World's Fair.
Your issue of September 8 contains a report of a sermon in which the clergyman is reported to have said, "What has.
After our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, discovered the gospel of Christian Science, at God's command she also eatablished the Christian Science organization for the protection and promotion of this religion.
"A mortal who is sinning, sick, and dying, is not immortal man; and never was, and never can be, God's image and likeness, the true ideal of immortal man's divine Principle," writes Mrs.
Christian Science transforms human character, human lives, aims, circumstances.
In October last a letter was sent from the Manager of Committees on Publication to all Committees in the various states and countries, announcing the availability of three electrical transcriptions for radiocasting purposes.
"To be carnally minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is life and peace".
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
Introductions to Lectures
Having received so many blessings from Christian Science, I feel it is my duty to express my deep gratitude, and to share some of my demonstrations.
To one who had made a failure of business and who had lost his health, Christian Science has come as a great blessing, restoring both in abundance.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude for the blessings and healings which I have experienced that I offer this testimony, earnestly hoping that others will likewise be benefited.
I wish to express sincere gratitude for the enlightenment which has come to me through the study of Christian Science.
At a time when I was suffering from a disease which claims to strike terror to those falling under the mesmerism of its arguments, a trained nurse came to visit in our neighborhood.
Christian Science appealed to me as a beautiful as well as a practical religion.
It is with a heart full of joy and gratitude that I should like to tell what Christian Science has done for me.
Filled with deep gratitude I should like to realte a healing which I experienced through Christian Science.
With a heart filled with love, I wish to express my gratitude to Mary Baker Eddy for the beautiful truth given to us through Christian Science; also for the many healings which I have received through this Science, including stomach and gall-bladder trouble.
In loving gratitude I wish to contribute my testimony.
In January, 1931, I was taken with what seemed to be a severe attack of rheumatism.
There is no death: through the false mist I seeA vision clear of immortality;Of life bereft of sorrow, sin, and pain,Where hearts are glad and love is not in vain;Where man is seen as God made him to be—Forever ageless, joyous, pure, and free;Where each one has his place, his work, his call,For God doth reign supremely over all.
[From the New York Herald, Paris Edition, France]
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