It is granted that young people of today, on the whole, are well prepared to serve, and that they possess versatility and eager enthusiasm; but some may believe that, in spite of this, there is no place for them.
In your February 21 issue you printed an item captioned "Papers Read and Discussed at Meeting of Women's Society.
Christian Science is defined by Mrs.
I have a secret,A wonderful secret to share with you.
May the God of peace be and abide in your midst, may brotherly love continue, and may this Church that has come out of much tribulation be built on the Rock of Truth and Love.
There is a saying, sometimes attributed to Abraham Lincoln, but probably more rightly attributable to Rupertus Meldenius or to Philipp Melanchthon, which seems to constitute a good rule for harmonious co-operation.
When Jesus responded to the appeal of Jairus on behalf of his dying child, his reply to the messenger, "Fear not: believe only, and she shall be made whole," included, we may notice, a rebuke to fear, a call to faith, and the promise of complete healing.
The excerpt printed at the head of the editorials in this issue of the Sentinel comes from a letter written by Mrs.
The Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy announce the publication of a new edition of Science and Health, price $2.
"The way of life is above to the wise".
With a heart full of profound gratitude I give this testimony.
I am most grateful for the spiritual unfoldment of Truth which we gain daily through the study of Christian Science.
Twenty years ago I came to Christian Science for healing of what was considered a chronic digestive disorder.
When, about thirteen years ago, I first had in my hand our textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, I remember that although I understood very little of it, I could hardly keep from reading it and something indefinable drew me to it.
For more than twenty-five years I have known the blessing and proof of following the injunction of our Leader, Mrs.
I have been a student of Christian Science for the past seventeen years.
Twenty years ago, after studying Christian Science earnestly for six months, I had a mental and physical breakdown.
I first heard of Christian Science about 1902, and thought it to be merely a fad, but a friend invited me to attend a service at the little church in our town, which I did on the following Sunday.
From childhood I was constantly ailing and under the care of doctors.
Like first faint rosy fingers of the dawnExploring the darkness of receding night,Hope, tenuous, expectant, reaching outTo God, foretells the coming of the light.
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