YOUNG Christian Scientists sometimes find it difficult to study the Lesson-Sermon in the Christian Science Quarterly as faithfully as they should.
How shall we spend the nightBefore the breaking lightOf Easter, gleaming,Brings redeeming?
There is wholesome food for thought in the helpful article on faith and mental healing in "The Life Abundant" column of your June 7 issue.
In your issue of May 4 a contributor, writing of newspaper records of cases dealing with the refusal of Christian Scientists to call in a doctor, says: "The theory apparently is that if the patient is to be cured he will be cured by 'the law of God' and not by any human help.
In your issue of June 20 there appeared a criticism directed against Christian Scientists and Christian Science churches.
In a reprint from the Daily Telegraph, published in the Argus, on April 6, the following statement appears: "The unorthodox methods of treatment, such as homeopathy, Christian Science, and osteopathy, have the advantage of appealing to that appetite for magic inherent in us.
In order to gain a true perception of Christian Science it is of great importance, if not indeed an essential requirement, that we shall first get to know something about the Discoverer and Founder of this religion—Mary Baker Eddy.
I WALK with Love,And so the way, though rough, is clear and bright,For Love doth bathe it in celestial light.
I beg that you allow no envy or root of bitterness to spring up between you but "that ye love one another, even as I have loved you.
Two passages of Scripture, both by St.
THE command of Jesus, "Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect," coincides with God's law of universal, spiritual perfection by which every individual spiritual idea is everlastingly blessed.
The plan arranged by The Christian Science Board of Directors whereby the members of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship may have a year free from lecture work after serving three or more years, will enable the following lecturers to take for practice and study the year beginning July 1, 1936:
Those who read the excerpt from a letter by Mrs.
The Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy have authorized the publication of the Daily Prayer from the Church Manual in the form of Crystal Miniatures, which are now on sale by the Publishers' Agent.
With a joyful heart I wish to relate some of the experiences I have had in Christian Science during the last twenty years.
It has been my privilege to be born and brought up in a Christian Science home, and at the outset I wish to express gratitude for the spiritual instruction and example which my parents set before me all along the way.
My mother took up the study of Christian Science when I was a young child.
I am grateful for Christian Science, for the healings and many blessings I have received, and for the spiritual understanding I have gained.
"Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need".
Shortly after starting to attend a Christian Science Sunday School, while playing in a strange home, I plunged headlong down a steep flight of narrow cellar steps, on to the cement floor below.
When my mother's case of inward hemorrhage of the brain, accompanied by paralysis, was pronounced hopeless by several of our leading physicians, in my extremity I turned to God in prayer, and into my consciousness came the thought of Christian Science.
I am more grateful than I can say for Christian Science and for all that it has done for me and for my family.
Christian Science came into my home when I was a small child, and ever since then has been of inestimable help.
LORD, what then shall I receive,If I arise, leave all,And follow thee?
[A Correspondent, in the Times, London, England]
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