Students of Christian Science who have finished their courses at school or college and are ready to enter the business world, will find that the portion of their preparation obtained at a Christian Science Sunday School, or through the study of Christian Science literature, will play a very important part in their new undertakings.
How beautiful this narrow, sunlit roadWhereon the gracious gifts of Spirit lie!In gratitude I quite forget the goadOf apprehension that my small supplyHas smaller grown.
On last Sunday there appeared in the columns of your publication an article, "Medicine Man Wins Tribute from Science," in which Christian Science was associated with rather questionable company.
Your issue of July 14 carries extracts from a pamphlet which gives an incorrect impression of Christian Science and of its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy.
The issue of your paper of August 10 carries a reference to some remarks once made by a West London coroner, relative to the teachings of Christian Science.
During a radio broadcast there was a mistaken implication that some similarity exists between the theology of a certain group and Christian Science.
We are grateful for the letters telling of progress, that have come to us from Christian Science college organizations in the United States and in England.
Happy are they whose faith is changeless trust,Implicit trust in Love, eternal Mind—Knowing Love's grace sufficient for mankind,Knowing the law of Principle is just.
Is there such a thing as holy calm?
Because all that can be apprehended truly, that is, spiritually, is God and His perfect manifestation, the term apprehension, rightly interpreted, unfolds the remedy for fear, sin, and woe.
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"My righteousness is near".
I should like to add my testimony to the many others, in grateful recognition of the efficacy of Christian Science; in what it has done and is doing for me and mine.
About thirty years ago I began the study of Christian Science.
Words are inadequate to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
I feel the time has fully come for me to add my testimony to the loving and helpful testimonies which I have read in the Christian Science Sentinel for over twenty-seven years.
A deep feeling of gratitude leads me to recount what Christian Science has done for me and mine.
One of the greatest blessings that has come to me since I first took up the study of Christian Science is the truer understanding of gratitude, due to the conscious admission that God, good, is omnipresent here and now!
About nine years ago I came to a point where my health had entirely given way, and a specialist said he could do nothing for me.
Christian Science has brought me many healings, a better understanding of God and man, and more peace, patience, charity, and tolerance.
Our Saviour lifted up the truthFor weary souls who groped;He taught and healed and comforted,In meekness strove and hoped.
[From the Lakeside Farmer, California]
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