Experience has taught us that young folk respond more enthusiastically to teaching when the element of winning is introduced into the situation.
I thank my God that I can giveWith open hands and overflowing heart;That in my consciousness a living springOf Spirit rises constantlyTo meet my need, and so outpouringTo fill the cup of him who, sick and weary,To me shall come for aid.
An article in the News-Telegraph contained a reprint from the "Scratch Pad" which made reference to Christian Science in a way that would be misleading to anyone not familiar with that religious teaching.
Your issue of November 23 contains the report of an address by a clergyman in which many statements are made regarding Christian Science that need correction.
Permit me to say in reply to the letter signed "C.
The subject of my address today is "Progress in Healing.
Faith in the omniaction of good is a spiritual quality to be utilized without hesitancy and without stint.
For ages it was believed that the earth was flat.
The Committee on Publication for Northern California, Mr.
The Christian Science Publishing Society accepts religious articles and religious poems only from members of The Mother Church, Religious articles intended for the Journal, Sentinel, or Monitor should be sent to the Journal, Sentinel, and Herald Editorial Department, One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts.
"We should live soberly, righteously, and godly".
I have long desired to express my deep gratitude for Christian Science and the wonderful help and comfort I am experiencing in my daily life through the study and application of its teachings.
It was my privilege to be brought up in the teachings of Christian Science, and I should like to express something of the gratitude I feel for this great blessing.
Although I had known many people who were students of Christian Science, and thoroughly respected their religion, I did not feel the need of it for myself until every material remedy that was suggested to me had failed.
About ten years ago I accepted an invitation to attend a Christian Science lecture.
About thirteen years ago I was lying upon a hospital cot after a third operation.
Through the deep sense of gratitude that I have for God and for the teachings of Christian Science I give this testimony.
I am more thankful than I can say for my awakening to Christian Science, for all the healings, physical and moral, which have followed, and for those witnessed.
One of my greatest causes for gratitude is the instruction I had in a Christian Science Sunday School during the impressionable early years of my life.
No thought of mine shall fetter thee,Nor human will preventThy going forth where God will leadTo give thee sweet content.
HELD IN THE MOTHER CHURCH EXTENSION, JUNE 4, 1935, AT 7.
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