The Psalmist declared, "The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise.
In the epistle of James we find strikingly contrasted two kinds of wisdom—"the wisdom that is from above" and the wisdom that is from beneath.
What an assurance that his earthly mission had been fulfilled must have come to our Master when he heard the thief on the cross beside his own declare of him, "This man hath done nothing amiss"! And in the ordeal which the repentant thief was suffering, what hope of new life and joy must have been his when, in response to his petition, "Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom," he received the heartening promise of our Lord, "To day shalt thou be with me in paradise"! Thus the final act of Christ Jesus as he faced the portals of the grave was healing.
light in a lighthouse through storm or calm emits its beneficent rays, shining, whether the sea is smooth or rough, whether the boats within its radius are large or small.
One of the principal difficulties confronting students in their approach to Christian Science is their belief in the reality of both Spirit and matter, good and evil, Truth and error, Love and hate.
A pupil in a Christian Science Sunday School once said to her teacher: "What we are learning about ourselves here in class is so contrary to what we are being taught in school that I find it confusing.