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Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication
Great Britain and Ireland.
The events of the past year have brought with them new opportunities for service. We are passing through a most momentous period of human history, but we are not unduly disturbed by the outward events. We are more concerned with the vast changes that are taking place in human consciousness, changes which are breaking down old landmarks, plowing up barren wastes, cultivating fruitful soil, and making ready for the great harvest of humanity. Ezekiel called it a time of "shaking." Jeremiah spoke of it as a "time of . . . trouble." Joel wrote of it as "a day of clouds and of thick darkness," but Jesus, with greater spiritual perception, said, "And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh."
Qualifying for Membership
EZRA W. PALMER
Where Are We Looking?
LUDA F. CORLEY
"Forget self in laboring for mankind"
BERTRAM V. ROBINSON
"Voices Not Our Own"
LELA MAY AULTMAN
Relinquishing the Human Concept
CAROLINE B. WINGERT
A Spiritual Experience
JACK WILLIAM PAULSEN
DOROTHY M. THORNTON
A Christian Science program was conducted from Station...
Norman E. John
George Shaw Cook
Healing Unemployment and Employment
with contributions from Anna S. Mangold, Teresa C. Ferguson, Muriel G. Cannon, Anne Reese Roberts
Christian Science came to my attention through the healing...
Julia A. Temple
About twenty years ago, a testimony was published...
Sarah Eleanor Paine
Early in 1934, after a consultation of many doctors, it...
Edward H. Danks
As a child I attended the Christian Science Sunday School...
Anna Marie Grisham
My deep gratitude to God and to Mary Baker Eddy for...
Mason Henry Rogers
I wish to express my deep gratitude for having been led...
Jenny Dickinson with contributions from Clara Dickinoson
"No night there"
LILIAN ABIGAIL KING
Signs of the Times
with contributions from J. L. Newland, A Correspondent, Earl L. Douglass, Charles A. Platt, Jason Noble Pierce, Howell Williams, J. G. Meyer, Calvin C. Rittenhouse, Fred A. Line