A young woman who had been accustomed to leading a very busy life, during which period she had come in contact with varied and interesting types of people, found herself faced with a quiet period.
If a woman have ten pieces of silverAnd lose one, shall she sit still and say:"I have nine left.
Recently a speaker over the radio gave a wrong impression of Christian Science by classifying it with theosophy, Russellism, and spiritism.
In your issue of November 9, in "The Raconteur" column, Mary Baker Eddy and Christian Science were incorrectly associated with Mesmer and his theories.
The Standard-Star for August 28, in the column headed "The Counselor," carried a brief discussion of the theories of Spinoza.
For everyone that forward goes,Though in advance of me,Do I give thanks?
Christian Science makes clear that Science and Christianity are inseparable, and the Christian Scientist esteems his religion as provable and practical in all the affairs of men both now and hereafter.
Work and wait, watch and pray, till you know the allness of God, and in that understanding you will gain the desired result, the "secret place," where you can abide under the assurance spiritual, of His support.
Why should Christian Scientists belong to The Mother Church and to a branch church?
The Psalmist sang, "I will wash mine hands in innocency: so will I compass thine alter, O Lord.
Translating the commands, "Thou shalt have no other gods before me," and, "Love thy neighbour as thyself," Mrs.
Subscribers to the Christian Science Sentinel will be glad to know that on October 1 a series of fifty-one articles on "The Holy Land—Then and Now" will commence in The Christian Science Monitor.
"Let thy work appear unto thy servants, and thy glory unto their children".
With a deep sense of gratitude, I should like to tell a few of the blessings which have come to me in Christian Science.
As a child I desired to know God, and at an early age I joined an orthodox church, of which my parents were devout members.
In 1922 I lost my husband and found myself very much depressed and burdened with financial difficulties.
It would be impossible to express in words the deep gratitude I feel for what Christian Science has done for me in the past twenty-five years.
My first healing has always seemed to me beautiful and wonderful, because at the time I knew nothing of Christian Science, except that it was a religion which claimed to heal.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude to God, to our dear Master, Christ Jesus, and to our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, that I testify to the healing and regenerating power of Christian Science, which has met all my needs, physical and mental, for the last seventeen years.
It is with sincere gratitude and a humble acknowledgement of the truth that I desire to submit the following testimony in regard to a young girl, fifteen years of age, who experienced a healing of burns sustained in a gas explosion, which completely demolished her home.
All my life I had suffered with bronchitis, and as I grew older it became chronic.
Christian Science is to me the "pearl of great price" spoken of in the thirteenth chapter of Matthew.
In this blest interval of silent prayer,Dear Father-Mother God,We turn to Thee.
[From the Christian Leader, Boston, Massachusetts]
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