On the first day that a little girl went to school, the ground was covered with newly fallen snow.
There is rest for the bird that eagerly homeward is wingingIn the quiet of even—sweet rest from his soaring and singing.
In a recent issue of the Worcester Evening News and Times, there is a report of a lecture which was given in Malvern.
In the report of the Committee on Public Questions of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland mention is made of Christian Science.
In a recent issue, a correspondent discusses your editorial, "Movements of Progress," in the course of which discussion he has made some references to Christian Science which might be misleading to those of your readers who are unacquainted with the facts about this religion.
In a recent issue there are references to a gentleman who associated himself with Christian Science, and is described as a Christian Science missionary.
Without a sound the fog moved slowly by.
One minor written correction of an item appearing in an Illinois newspaper was required, and this correction was printed by the editor.
One of the temptations which beset mortals is to believe that they can be conscious only of that which pertains to material things.
God, the divine Principle of man and the universe, is alone responsible for that which He outlines and maintains.
Occasionally the question arises as to whether a branch church should omit the session of its Sunday school held at the same hour as the church service, in order that the teachers, officers, and pupils who desire to do so might attend the service on Communion Sunday.
Correspondents with The Christian Science Board of Directors and with the Clerk and Treasurer of The Mother Church, and with heads of departments of The Mother Church Offices, are requested always to place their addresses on their letters and to write their signatures plainly.
To ensure that complete lecture notices be printed in the Sentinel, detailed information should reach the Journal, Sentinel, and Herald Editorial Department regarding lectures in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain and Ireland, at least five weeks before the date of the lecture; elsewhere, six or eight weeks before.
The most important thing to me is the light which Christian Science brings to bear upon the reality of Life as God.
Because I have derived so much benefit from the testimonies given in our periodicals, I wish to share one of the many demonstrations of healing that have come to my family and me through the study of the Bible and of Science and Health by Mrs.
"Great peace have they which love thy law: and nothing shall offend them.
After years of benefits received through the study and application of Christian Science, I desire to add my testimony to the many which have been a source of encouragement and inspiration to me.
In deep gratitude to God, our Father-Mother, I should like to testify that it was Love which led me to Christian Science.
I first heard of Christian Science about fourteen years ago, through a dear sister who saw my need of the healing and regeneration that it could bring to me.
Some time ago I had an ailment which caused me much pain and discomfort for several days.
In deep gratitude to God, to Christ Jesus, to Mary Baker Eddy, and to The Mother Church with its many activities and especially the periodicals, which are spreading the healing truth over the entire world, I wish to testify to a few of the many healings I have witnessed and experienced in fifteen years of studying Christian Science.
Over fourteen years ago I experienced my first healing through the help of a consecrated Christian Science practitioner.
When first I heard the "still small voice,"I did not heed its gentle plea,But went my wayward, willful way,Rejecting signals sent to meBy Love, the Father-Mother, God,Who shields from harm and mortal lureThe child that in realityHas never been aught else than pure.
[From the Times, 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.