When Job in his extremity cried, concerning God, "Oh that I knew where I might find him! that I might come even to his seat!" he epitomized the longing of humanity throughout the ages for the assurance of God's care and protection.
It has frequently been remarked that Christian Scientists are recognizable by their uniformly happy attitude toward life, and their more than ordinary appreciation of whatever of good may enter their experience.
William H. Coomber, Committee on Publication for Bedfordshire, England,
I observe in your issue of October 22 an account of a lecture on faith-healing by a professor, in which a reference is made to Christian Science as follows: "Christian Science, he said, was a great healing movement, and he did not doubt that the original idea came from an American doctor, who came to the conclusion that the mind could do more than medicine.
Albert E. Lombard, Committee on Publication for Southern California,
The kindly attitude towards Mary Baker Eddy that was indicated by an editor's note about an item in your issue of June 21, is appreciated, but an ambiguous inference therein that "the power of mind" is the curative agency of Christian Science may have given your readers a wrong impression of this religion.
Twenty years ago in a distressed condition, without hope in this world, I called upon a dear sister to advise me concerning a domestic problem which had reached the point where human aid seemed out of the question.
The Tenets of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, for the use of branch Churches of Christ, Scientist, are printed on sheets containing space for adding the application forms for membership in branch organizations, or extracts from their by-laws.
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