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It is well to meditate upon our past blessings, and give...
It is well to meditate upon our past blessings, and give thanks unto God, "who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases."
Some time ago I was stricken with what the medical profession termed erysipelas and mumps in a severe form. My face was swollen beyond recognition, my eyes were closed for four days, and below each eye a large abscess formed. And last but not least, nearly all of my hair came out, so that I was indeed a sorrowful sight to behold. By some of my friends, the death sentence was passed. As for myself, I did not much care.
Kindness as a Law of Conduct
WILLIAM P. MC KENZIE
The Great Awakening
MARGARET A. SMITH
HERBERT ERNEST EVANS
"According to the pattern"
ETHEL SMITH BAILEY
"The gifts of our benevolence"
FRANCES TAFT BAGNALL
"A little cake first"
A. HERBERT PACKER
"Laid daily at the gate"
IDA G. EVERSON
JEAN ELSIE SANDERS
I Nothing Need
Your issue of May 25 contains an account of a meeting...
Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
A short time ago a minister of the gospel radiocast a...
From a radio reply by Newton T. Burdick, Committee on Publication for British Columbia,
In your issue of March 23 a letter entitled "Attendance at...
Mrs. Edith M. Ross, Committe on Publication for Hertfordshire, England,
ANNE CLEVELAND CHENEY
Confusion is without Authority
George Shaw Cook
with contributions from Johan Ditles Stigen, Harry S. Bastian
It is my desire to express my gratitude for the blessings...
Winifred S. Steele
When I first began the study of Christian Science, it was...
Grace L. Burns
I first heard of Christian Science in 1910, after being...
Charles Van Osten
I was a very frail child owing to a spinal injury received...
Inez C. Rickman
Christian Science was brought to me at a time when I was...
T. Draycott, Blackpool
JENNIE BAIRD SCHOOLEY
Signs of the Times
with contributions from James Reid, Elliot Finlay, Philip Pallotta, LaRue C. Watson, Maude Royden