have a secret place, Love-lit, serene, and calm,Prepared to meet the heart's deep need;'Tis our guestchamber, lovely, garnished in and outWith holy thought and gentle deed;Here Love's disciples, angel thoughts, abide by dayAnd at the eventide may draw us close to God,That Love the hungry heart may feed.
the inspiring Preface to "Miscellaneous Writings," Mrs.
Your interesting article on the subject of "Spiritual Healing" has been brought to my notice by numbers of your readers—even readers beyond the State of Victoria.
The New York Herald-Tribune carried a dispatch from your Washington Bureau quoting a certain senator in regard to a certain presidential candidate.
look to time, to place,to see his face;he is not thereor anywhereoutside the door,outside the inmost privacy of me:for sure as suremy anger builds his height,my pride and hate and frightdefine him, part by part,and while he lives in heart,while looms in mind,there is no peace, no certainty,for he is meand I am he.
words of Mary Baker Eddy on page 60 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," lines 29 to 31, have been reassuring to many who have found themselves entertaining a sense of limitation.
mathematician in order to achieve exactness does not merely contemplate arithmetical rules or vaguely anticipate the acceptance of them in some future Utopian state.
During the period from July, 1939, to December, 1940, two hundred and twenty-five branch churches and societies have added to their cards in The Christian Science Journal the hours when the sessions of their Sunday schools are held.
HANDLING ERROR IS PRAISING GOD W.
For thirteen years I was a slave to the beliefs of materia medica, and suffered from a supposedly incurable disease of the hip and pelvis.
My first healing in Christian Science was instantaneous relief from the pain, weakness, and depression of nervous prostration.
In my early years in the study of Christian Science I had an experience which I should like to relate.
Christian Science has done so much for my family and me that I am grateful for this opportunity to express my gratitude.
I have had many proofs of the healing power of Christian Science, and want to express my gratitude for a wonderful demonstration over what appeared to be imminent death at the time of the birth of our little son.
Words could never express my gratitude for Christian Science.
The depth of love and gratitude felt by one who has received the "unspeakable gift" of Christian Science is difficult to express in words.
Often in the Wednesday evening testimony meetings one hears, "Words cannot express my gratitude for Christian Science.
Several years ago, while we were living in another city, a small daughter had what would probably be called a burst appendix and seemed to be passing on.
make me glad for everythingThat Thou hast given me:Rekindled hopes enlarged to faith;Love poured unceasingly;
[From Life and Work, Edinburgh, Scotland]
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.