In the account of the spiritual creation of man in the <a class="tome-reference"
Tom had been attending the Christian Science Sunday School for several years, but on the opening day of school he discovered that in his excitement he had forgotten to take with him several things necessary for his work, namely, a pencil, some paper, and a pen; and, as he explained to his mother that evening, the day had been decidedly unsatisfactory.
With birds' awakeningMy heart shall soar and sing;O let the Christ be praised!No lurking ghost of fearHas any foothold here;O let the Christ be praised!What unity divineOur shining eyes define,If we the Christ will praise;All purposes sincereA meeting place find here—O let the Christ be praised!And as we grasp God's hand,We learn to understand—O let the Christ be praised!See man's awakeningTo Love's eternal spring—O let the Christ be praised!And so throughout the worldHis banner is unfurled—O let the Christ be praised!The truth we see and knowIn every heart shall glow,And all accord Him praise.
I am confident that you will welcome a statement regarding references to Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, which occur in an article in your issue of August 3.
I notice that your correspondent, in your issue of July 11, takes severe exception to Mrs.
My attention has been drawn to a reference to Christian Science in your message "To the Parishioners," appearing in the November issue of your Parish of Selangor Church Magazine.
Is it at a tomb thou standest,Stooping down and seeing thereCrumbling hopes and aspirations,Shattered plans, ambitions fair?
Province of Ontario, Canada.
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Progress is not determined by the passing of time, but by the gain of spiritual understanding, and the consequent passing away of ignorance and superstition.
In the circular which The Christian Science Board of Lectureship sent out in June last, to branch churches and societies, it is indicated that Mr.
"Unite my heart to fear thy name".
Christian Science has brought so many blessings into my life that words are inadequate to express my gratitude.
As a result of a wonderful instantaneous healing in our home, we became interested in Christian Science about twelve years ago, and although at that time I was definitely antagonistic to what, in my ignorance, I understood Christian Science to be, the proof afforded by this remarkable demonstration of healing was so emphatic I could not but seek the explanation.
At the time Christian Science Hall was opened in Concord, New Hampshire, my mother became slightly interested and attended several services there.
Over forty-five years ago I heard of Christian Science, and became curious enough to investigate it.
One winter I had a glorious proof of divine Love, which I should like to relate.
In October, 1934, a friend invited my husband and me to attend the Christian Science church with him, which we gladly did.
I wish to express my gratitude to God for Christian Science.
My gratitude for all that Christian Science has done for me and mine is beyond words.
There have been many proofs of God's loving guidance and protection since I became interested in Christian Science over fifteen years ago.
Down in the valley, held by indecision,Darkened by shadows—merely marking time—We long for light to purify our vision,And pray that strength be given us to climb.
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.