Elizabeth was watching her father.
Whither, we ask,Shall progress plant our feet?
In your issue of June 14  appeared a report of a minister's sermon which revealed a misapprehension of Christian Science.
Having read the reports in your paper of the four addresses on "The Truth and Error of Christian Science" by an Archdeacon, I shall be glad of space to correct some of the statements he has made concerning the teachings of Christian Science.
Be not impatientThat the way seems dark,The path you tread so steep!Your God has set His markUpon each blade of grass,Each singing bird, each stone.
A great spiritual thinker, Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, says in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" that intelligence "is the primal and eternal quality of infinite Mind".
May the gentle presence of Divine Love so reward your lives that you shall so rise in faith and understanding as never to doubt or dread in a single conflict with evil.
How often one hears the questions asked by the beginner: "How can I progress more rapidly than I am doing in Christian Science?
In his letter to the Romans, Paul made a sweeping statement on the subject of judgment, as follows: "Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man, whosoever thou art that judgest: for wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself; for thou that judgest doest the same things.
I wish to express my sincere and deep appreciation of Christian Science and of what it is doing to help all mankind.
With a heart full of joy and thanksgiving for the multitude of blessings received through the study and application of Christian Science, I desire to tell of some of my healings.
Christian Science has been my only physician all my life, and I have had countless opportunities to prove its healing efficacy, both by my own efforts and with the help of a Christian Science practitioner.
My mother and I began to study Christian Science together, and I shall always be grateful to her for her example of perseverance in trying to understand and use this truth, and for the wise way in which she encouraged me to look to it for guidance.
Christian Science comes to some individuals in the joy of a holy experience, perchance snatching the sufferer from the very portal of death.
Like many others, I have at various times in my life asked to have God explained.
I wish to express my gratitude for the experience of overcoming a belief of pleasure in smoking, through the application of Christian Science.
I am grateful for the blessings that I have received through Christian Science, especially for comfort at the time when my father and my mother passed on, for as I glimpsed the true nature of God and man I realized that in God's universe there is no sorrow, separation, or death, but that all of God's children dwell together—joyous, perfect, and free, held in the glorious bonds of everlasting Life.
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
I will not fear, nor cease my upward climb,Because some pilgrim toiling on aheadHas slipped and fallen by the way again,And weeps, despondent of the road we tread.
[From the Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada]
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