Stanley M. Sydenham, Committee on Publication for Yorkshire, England,
According to the report in your last issue, a vicar in one of his services said, "Christian Science, in our day, is based on the contention of the undoubted fact of mind as different from matter, and a no less certain fact of the influence of suggestion and belief over physical health.
not for greater wealth, nor greater power,That Thou, dear God, didst bring us to this hour:To serve Thee more, to do and work Thy will,Forgo all thought of self, to mount the hillLeading to Thee, leaving the world behind,Freeing our thoughts of all dark things that bindAnd shackle—till we rise and stand, sense free,Upon the mountaintops, at peace with Thee!
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It is with deep humility that I give the following testimony because, after I received such a proof of God's love, many years passed before I availed myself of the privilege of membership in a local church and in The Mother Church.
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