Jewels always had a great fascination for the writer—just because she loved things that shone and sparkled.
Oh, pilgrim, when your journeys leadThrough lonely marsh or dreadful height;When dragons, swollen with lust and greed,Obstruct your way; or lurking fearSkulks, out of sight, but ever near,And you must either turn or fight,All suddenly, your timid prayerIs charged with strength; a flaming dartYou hold, and on the pathway thereFirm foothold gain; a holy lightSurrounds your struggle for the right,And victory sings within your heart;
In your issue of April 20, 1935, under the news items from the town of Seymour, you carry a report of a sermon in which the speaker is interpreted as having classified Christian Science as non-Christian.
In his letter in your recent issue, a clergyman says that the burden of his complaint against Christian Science is that it has no right to call itself Christian at all.
I was very much interested in the editorial on "The Yogi," but while appreciating the kindly reference to Christian Science, would like to point out for the benefit of your readers that you do not apprehend the divine basis on which the teachings of Christian Science rest, and their scientific nature.
Dear Father-Mother, like a little childI look to Thee, Thou one eternal good.
Many articles from the Monitor were reprinted in other papers, and the Wednesday Magazine Section of the Monitor carried articles which Wisconsin editors have used in their entirety, with due credit, and they have also reproduced the pictures and drawings.
King George the Fifth of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions beyond the Seas, Emperor of India, has passed away, greatly beloved of the people of his Empire.
Throughout the teachings of Christian Science emphasis is laid on the importance, the value, of spiritual power.
The discovery of the spiritual nature of health is included in the discovery of Christian Science, and the more clearly we understand the relation of discovery to demonstration, the more satisfyingly shall we prove this in practical ways.
The slanting rays of the winter sun shone through the gold-glinting windows.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
Pretoria, Transvaal, Union of South Africa.
The Psalmist saith, "Let the redeemed of the Lord say so.
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I feel a deep sense of gratitude for the opportunity of writing to our periodicals of a beautiful healing that came into our family about seven years ago through Christian Science.
It is generally accepted as a fact that the age of so-called miracles ceased with the advent of Jesus and his disciples.
About seven years ago I was seized with a third attack of kidney stones.
The love expressed by The Mother Church extends throughout the world, touching all humanity.
For a long time I have felt impelled to express my gratitude for all the good that I have received through Christian Science.
I wish to express gratitude to God; to Mary Baker Eddy for giving us this wonderful truth; to the practitioners who so lovingly render their services; for having had the privilege of attending a Christian Science Sunday School for twelve years; for membership in a branch church; for the periodicals, and for all the activities.
I am happy to express my great gratitude for all that Christian Science has done and is still doing for me each day.
[From the Journal of Commerce, Chicago, Illinois]