The writer was working for herself one evening to meet a condition in which a piece of matter seemed to be needed, but she thought: "God does not work through matter.
Young people in schools and colleges who are studying the history of their own country, and of other countries, are looking out on world happenings of the present time with particular interest.
Dear God, my need is great:The battle long; the nightOf doubt and fear o'erwhelming;Thou, Father, givest light.
Relations with the editors and their staffs continue to be cordially friendly.
A Christian Science period in the Columbia "Church of the Air" series was conducted from Station WABC, New York, Sunday afternoon, September 25, at one o'clock.
Happiness! How like a will-o'-the-wisp it seems to many—a joyous experience which, after a few brief moments, vanishes, leaving behind it only hope of its recurrence! Why is this?
Inquirers into Christian Science are sometimes heard to say in regard to Mrs.
In response to many requests from the Field, the Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy have authorized the publication of a Cloth Pocket Edition of the Church Manual, in blue and in brown, to match the Sunday School Edition of Science and Health and the Cloth Pocket Editions of Mrs.
"A man, which had a spirit of an unclean devil".
At a Wednesday evening meeting I once heard a testimony given by a man who had but little command of the English language.
To those who believe social drinking to be harmless, I prayerfully address this testimony.
Before I became interested in Christian Science, I had been a medical nurse for many years, and at one time had been burned by X ray.
In gratitude to God for Christian Science I send this testimony.
I should like to tell of the help I have received through Christian Science.
In much gratitude for the help and blessings Christian Science has brought to me, I wish to send in my testimony that others who read it may find help and courage to trust in God, no matter what their problems may be.
That Christian Science does heal has been conclusively proved to me many times.
Through excessive work and worry, while living in Florida in the early eighties, I fell a victim to typhoid fever, which came near ending my earthly existence, and which resulted in great weakness and nervousness.
Wide spaces of a distant land forlorn,Dim in the world's gray morn,Darkness without a star, without a light,Nor shade, nor shelter, in the scorching sunOf midday heat—and when the day is doneLoneliness, fear, and doubt come with the night!And yet, the seer of oldIn shining words foretold,The wilderness shall blossom as the rose,Joy in the solitary place shall be—Instead of thorns shall grow the myrtle tree—And shadow of a rock for your repose.
[From the King's Business, Los Angeles, California]
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