"This interesting day, crowned with the history of Truth's idea,—its earthly advent and nativity,—is especially dear to the heart of Christian Scientists; to whom Christ's appearing in a fuller sense is so precious, and fraught with divine benedictions for mankind.
I love to think of the sunlit hillsIn the land of Galilee,The same fair hills that our Master lovedIn his earthly ministry.
In the interesting address reported in a recent issue of your paper, the statement is made that people not satisfied with institutional religion are joining Christian Science and other "fancy isms.
In a recent issue of the Evening News reference was made in an article to "Christian Scientists, chiropractors, naturopaths, and others like them.
Writing under the caption, "Scientists Among the Mysteries," in your paper, a correspondent has stated in substance that blundering amid the profound mysteries of the day, scientists are going to run into the face of the devil, and adds further, "If there's a God there is a devil, too.
The report in a recent issue of your paper uses the caption "Blind Faith" in connection with Christian Science.
My attention has been called to a reference to Christian Scientists in a recent issue.
The Melbourne dailies are giving generous space to the reporting of our church services, both before and after the Sunday services.
The Christian Science Board of Directors announces the establishment of the Christian Science Literature International Distribution Fund, to be used for distributing authorized Christian Science literature in countries where combatants or civilians are mobilized or congregated because of the war begun in 1939, and for supplying authorized Christian Science literature to the branch churches and societies in Germany, which, under present circumstances, are prevented from paying for it.
No one who ever lived on earth was more obedient to the will of God than was Christ Jesus.
There can be nothing more impressive to the student of Mrs.
Many boys and girls in the Christian Science Sunday School have been made happy by the introduction of a partial payment plan in the Sunday school.
I am profoundly grateful to our Father-Mother God that I was led to Christian Science, because it is a practical religion, and, when properly applied, heals the sick, as did Christ Jesus and his followers, nineteen centuries ago.
I am grateful for Christian Science, which was brought to my attention nearly six years ago, when I was in despair and was suffering from nervous indigestion.
I am not eloquent, but I do desire to let others know some of the reasons I have for rejoicing in a growing understanding of Christian Science.
It has long been my desire to express my sincere gratitude for the many blessings I have received since taking up the study of Christian Science.
I began to study Christian Science eleven years ago as the result of a healing experienced by my sister.
I wish to express my gratitude for the help which Christian Science has been to me.
So many proofs of the guiding and healing power of Christian Science have come to me, that it is now my desire to express sincere gratitude to our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, through whom this God-inspired revelation was given in this age.
Christian Science has been my only physician for more than twenty years, during which time I have experienced many instantaneous healings, one of which stands out very clearly, although it occurred some years ago.
My heart is filled with gratitude for the many blessings that have come into my life since I took up the study of Christian Science.
Through reading the testimonies in the chapter entitled "Fruitage," in the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health by Mrs.
Lord, when my footsteps pause at those detoursAlong life's road, I pray Thee let me seeThy pleasures wiser than the world's allures;And let me choose the path that goes to Thee,Remembering that vacillation findsAn ever-clouded scene, wherein no riftAbove illumes Thy certain way that windsLike gleaming ribbon through this shadow-drift.
[Charles Herbert, in the Muswell Hill Record, London, England]
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.