O anxious one, what is this night that thou dost dread?
The order of church services and meetings is set forth in the Manual of The Mother Church, by Mary Baker Eddy, and there is no provision for outside speakers.
In your esteemed newspaper for April 27, 1937, there appeared an article reviewing a lecture, in which the lecturer attacks different items which he places under the heading of quackery; but his including of Christian Science in this category and talking of its "medical" method, evinces an erroneous conception of this teaching and its way of working.
In your issue of today you give extracts from a pamphlet on Christian Science written by a Leeds graduate.
O troubled heart, cease fret, and toil, and struggle—The joys, long sought, are e'en now at thy side;For God, the source of all, is ever with thee,And will, through all eternity, abide.
Extracts from Report of Christian Science Committee for State Institutions and Agencies in New Jersey
"Whither shall I go from thy spirit?
It is probable that most Christians would agree with the statement that God is good and that He is omnipotent.
Throughout the world numerous efforts are made through various and varied organizations to bring about international, social, artistic, industrial, and political understanding.
"Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons".
From the time I was twelve years old I had acne, or pimples, on my face.
I had been brought up to attend an orthodox church, but in my early youth I felt it was not fulfilling any useful purpose in my life, and so ceased to attend.
With increasing gratitude for Christian Science I wish to add my testimony to the many others.
Some time ago I read an article in one of our periodicals entitled "Awareness of God.
I was fortunate enough to be born into a Christian Science family, so I have known nothing else.
I am fourteen years of age and a pupil in a Christian Science Sunday School.
In great gratitude I should like to testify to a healing which I had through Christian Science.
My first healing in Christian Science took place over thirty years ago.
It was twelve years ago that I first read "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
They brought her to him in the temple court;Their work it was to read and write the law,And punish those who sinned against that law.
[From an Editorial in the Springfield Union, Massachusetts]
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.