THE coach called his men together.
IN quiet resting places, Lord,I sit and talk with Thee,And listen to the "still small voice"Which calms and comforts me.
A Christian Science period in the "Columbia West Coast Church of the Air" series was conducted from Station KNX, Hollywood, California, on Sunday morning, November 5, 1939, at eight o'clock, by Albert Russell Killgore, a former First Reader of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Glendale, California.
MEN are alert to make use of what they call opportunities.
AT the present, as well as at other times of turmoil, it is desirable that Christian Scientists should maintain their poise.
Announcement is made of a new book, "The Mother Church Extension" by Margaret Williamson.
The blessings which the study of Christian Science has brought into my life are too many to enumerate here, and so I will try to relate just a few of them.
The blessings of Christian Science may be taken too much as a matter of course by one who has never known any other religion or had any other physician.
My investigation of Christian Science began shortly before the birth of my third child.
I have been a member of The Mother Church and of a branch church for a number of years, and have received rich blessings from the study and application of Christian Science.
I should like to give grateful testimony to a healing I experienced through Christian Science.
I am now fourteen years old, and I have been in Christian Science since the age of two.
Out of gratitude for the great gain which I have derived through many trials, I give this testimony.
Twenty-five years have passed since I first became interested in Christian Science.
Since the publication of my testimony in the Christian Science Sentinel of March 4, 1916, so many blessings have come into my life that it would be difficult to enumerate them all.
WITH joy I greet the dawning day!A glad anticipation fills my thought:Today, what new revealment shall be broughtOf all the glories of infinity?
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.