, in the midst of happy experiences, one is troubled by suggestions that such happiness cannot last; and many people feel that an especially joyful time is sure to be followed by correspondingly unhappy or painful moments, even though the former was right and harmless.
From Letters, Substantially as Published
In a recent issue, in the article "Is there a God?
A contributor to the "Register Clearning House," in a recent issue, presented well some of the patriotic objectives of the educational system of our country when he said, "The public schools, without interfering with 'religious beliefs,' are secular schools, established for the purpose of educating the children of American citizens in the duties, privileges, responsibilities, and loyalties of their national heritage.
We rejoice at the news of progress and growth that comes to us through the letters we receive from other college organizations in this country and in England.
lies securely hid in every breast,Our common birthright of divine descent;And he whose every energy is spentClaiming his sonship, is most surely blest.
qualities are more highly esteemed than trustworthiness.
issue of the Boston.
The small Balcony picture of Mrs.
"As birds flying, so will the Lord of hosts defend Jerusalem".
Several years ago Christian Science was brought to our home by a friend and accepted by my mother as the truth.
As we travel along the highway of life, may we pause sometimes to praise God for His wonderful works toward men! It was at a time of great need that I paused to wait for divine Love to point the way.
It is with the earnest desire to help those who are students of Christian Science, but who live far from a Christian Science church, that I offer this testimony.
Early in 1936 I had my first proof of the healing power of Christian Science.
I wish to extend my thanks for Christian Science and to its many followers throughout the world.
The study and use of Christian Science in my experience have brought me countless blessings.
I wish to give this testimony as an expression of but a small part of my gratitude for the innumerable blessings Christian Science has brought to me in the last twenty-nine years, during which God has vouchsafed me the grace of knowing and studying it.
I gratefully acknowledge the healing power of Christian Science.
It is with a heart filled with love and gratitude to God, and to our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, that I write this testimony.
When I compare my physical condition of suffering and general discord of many years ago with my present consciousness of harmony and well-being, brought about by Christian Science after I gave up trying to gain health through the help of materia medica, I realize the deep gratitude I owe to this Science.
Topic: Patience and Its Reward [Rev.
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.