Two little boys who attended the Christian Science Sunday School were often asked questions by their playmates, who noticed that these two little boys were different in some ways from themselves.
Darkness and light are both alike to Thee;How can I fear the night!Thine everlasting arms encompass me,And where Thou art is light.
I notice in your editorial "Crime and the Press," of October 24, 1934, you say: "The Christian Science Monitor, which prints no crime news, is in many respects an excellent newspaper.
I read a certain person's remarks in yesterday's Press about spirituality and art with great interest and as a welcome sign of the times.
Enlightening points are presented to your readers in the first two paragraphs of your medical column of December 29.
Christian Scientists have no wish to dissuade the sick, anxious for medical treatment, from employing the means which the sufferers believe will give them the best chance of relief.
It was reported in the Post on March 13 that the Regius Professor of Physic at Cambridge University believes that present-day doctors have lost a powerful weapon by throwing away the magic arts of the physician of the past—the rod of Æsculapius—and that this accounts for the "loss of confidence in the medical profession which is seen on every hand today.
In its attempts throughout the ages to know God aright, mankind has had a great mental struggle.
Many mortals believe themselves at times to be controlled by influences outside of themselves which they are powerless to resist.
The Clerk of The Mother Church recently arranged for the printing of translations of the "Instructions for Filling out Applications for Membership in The Mother Church," in the following languages: Danish, Dutch, French, Greek, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish, and Swedish.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Judge Samuel W.
About ten years ago I learned to know and love Christian Science, and as I read the many wonderful testimonies in The Herald of Christian Science.
From young girlhood I had an insistent and honest desire to find the truth about God, and for several years I diligently sought it in many directions.
It is a privilege and a duty to tell of the benefits I have received though Christian Science.
I am truly grateful for the many blessings and healings which have come to me and mine through the study and application of Christian Science.
I have had marvelous proofs of God's protecting care in times of difficulties and discords, mental, moral, and physical.
In one afternoon I experienced a healing of a complete narvous breakdown of one year's standing.
In sincere gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me and for my family I accept this privilege of telling of some of the benefits we have derived from the study of the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
Christian Science was presented to me on a crowded streetcar at a time when I needed it most.
When I first turned to Christian Science I was full of despair.
Christian Science came into my life when I was but four years of age, and since that time this truth has been my only physician.
As evening shadows slant, thought lifts to Thee,My quiet shelter from earth's noise and din;What have I garnered for Thy store today?
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