ONE sunny day a boy was walking along a street with a small mirror in the palm of his hand.
Since this great world, so wide in beauty spreading,Is but a semblance of the truth sublime,And the rich, kindly earth—on which we're treading—Sounds but false echoings of space and time;Since lights and shadows of the changing oceanAre borrowed splendors, and the far pale star—Fixed and remote from all our brief emotion—Whispers the finitude of what they are;Well may we strive, with unabating wonder,To glimpse the vision of eternity,Glories undreamed grow greater as we ponder,Spirit supreme, immortal harmony;False joy and sorrows—matter's lure and terrors—Scripture and Science unmask, as unreal errors!
My attention has been called to a recent issue in which appears an article containing the following statement: "Faith-Healing gradually developed into what is known as Christian Science.
The need of the hour is to know God and His Christ, to know what the real man is, and to know what true love is and how to use it, and to bring the kingdom of heaven to earth.
In a recent issue a writer says, "Perhaps Mrs.
In reply to "Christadelphian," in a recent issue, I would invite him to attend the Wednesday evening testimony meeting at a Christian Science church.
Love came todayAnd brought me inspiration,And lifted meFrom sorrow and from pain.
THE purpose of salvation is to prove that Life, with all its inherent values, its precious attributes, its boundless opportunities, is indestructible, and that man, God's expression, consciously recognizes this fact.
"Is it possible for me to improve substantially on my experience?
"I WILL OVERTURN" Rose L.
MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA.
[The Biblical citations given in the Christian Science Quarterly are from the Authorized King James Version.
I was considered an epileptic, according to one medical authority.
For all the blessings I have received through Christian Science I am deeply and inexpressibly grateful.
I wish to express my gratitude for all the blessings and healings which I have received through the study of Christian Science.
Because I am humbly grateful for Christian Science I wish to express my deep appreciation of it.
The Psalmist says, "He sent from above, he took me, he drew me out of many waters.
I should like to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
Over sixteen years ago Christian Science came to me when I was struggling with many physical problems.
It is nearly twenty years since I began the study of Christian Science, and the blessing which this study has brought me are indeed more than can be numbered.
I HEARD an inward voice,It spoke so soft and clear;And when I asked where Love might be,It gently whispered, Here!
[General Guisan to the Swiss Army, as quoted in the Feuille d'Avis de Neuchatel, Switzerland (translation)]
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