IN Boston, Massachusetts, there stands The Mother Church, "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, our prayer in stone," which, its Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, said, "will be the prophecy fulfilled, the monument upreared, of Christian Science".
WHEN viewed in the light which Christian Science throws on the Scriptures, our Master's parable of the rich man and Lazarus, related in Luke's Gospel, is a valuable help to the pilgrim steadfastly pursuing his way from sense to Soul.
To Shakespeare, the writer of those lines, ingratitude apparently suggested something cold, hard, and unyielding, causing all that comes within its radius to wither, or become inert and stagnant.
HITHERTO hath the Lord helped us," is one of the well-known sayings from the Bible that remind us of God's protection.
IN his parable of the good Samaritan the Master set before a waiting world an illuminating example of impartial and unselfed love, expressed by one who gave freely and expected nothing in return.
IN Proverbs we read, "Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.