While mankind has striven earnestly through material inventions to make every mode of travel as safe as possible, frequent disasters show how inadequate, at such times, are material devices for protection and safety.
Here I'm humbly waiting, Father,Ready now Thy will to do;Use me in Thy holy service,Let me prove Thy grace anew.
I noted with interest a recent number of your monthly, which contained a short report of a lecture on Christian Science.
The report of the Christian Science lecture in a recent issue has evidently given your correspondent "Studious" food for thought, and his suggestion that it should be read a second time is a good one.
Embedded in the human consciousness is a desire to know God.
Cleanse me, Lord, that I may seeThe beauty of divinity;Give me courage, Lord, to goWith outstretched hands down paths of woe;Help me, Lord, to ease or bearAnother's burden of despair;Lift my thought to heights above,That I may know the fruits of Love;Grant me vision of Thy plan,Where perfect God and perfect manAbide in love, and have so stood,Since Thou hast made and called all good!
During this year a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship gave a series of three lectures in English and two in German.
Steadfastness along any line of endeavor is possible only when one is convinced of the worthiness of the enterprise upon which he is engaged.
As men come to comprehend the Science of knowing, it is learned that only those thoughts and actions which wait obediently on Mind, allowing spiritual law to govern them, need neither to be retraced nor reversed.
Announcement is made of the translation into Armenian of the pamphlet "Christian Science: Its Simple Message.
"Here is the patience of the saints".
I should like to share with all mankind the many blessings I have enjoyed since coming into Christian Science.
I am very thankful for Christian Science; it has been a great blessing to me for many years.
I had not been well for many years, and late in 1909 a woman called at my home on business.
I was told about Christian Science by a woman who had seen me trying to gain strength by going out walking each day.
For the Lesson-Sermons in the Christian Science Quarterly I shall always be very grateful.
I thank our Father-Mother God with all my heart that I have learned of Christian Science.
Because I have never known anything but Christian Science, a recent experience made me realize how much I owe to this new-old truth.
In doing my housework one day I had to move a heavy article.
I am fourteen years of age, but do not live sufficiently close to a Christian Science church or society to attend Sunday school.
If God forgave the uncompleted task,the shelved assignment or the work undone,then might we think that God could sometimes asktoo much of man.
The printed Tenets of The Mother Church are in general use by branch churches and societies, either as a basis for their application forms for admission to membership or for binding into their by-law booklets.