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Sunday School Notes and Comments
On a "Day of Prayer" observed throughout the British dominions, a Sunday school class of older girls decided to discuss the Lesson-Sermon in the Christian Science Quarterly from the standpoint of prayer for the cause of right.
First they discussed the nature of true prayer. They decided that God was always blessing; therefore they need not implore Him to help but would take Jesus' method of prayer as their example. They read from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy (p. 12) that Jesus' "humble prayers were deep and conscientious protests of Truth,—of man's likeness to God and of man's unity with Truth and Love." A brief review of the Lord's Prayer showed how perfectly this prayer meets every human need.
"The eternal demand of divine Science"
LYMAN S. ABBOTT
"A balance on the side of good"
The Weapon of Our Warfare
FREDERIC C. COWEN
"That thy faith fail not"
GLADYS E. MARTIN
"God cannot be obscured"
CAROLINE B. WINGERT
"God anoints and appoints"
TERESE ROSE NAGEL
Blind Bartimeus by the Road
LEETHA JOURNEY HOFELLER
Promotion of Lectures
Peter V. Ross
More, Not Less Good Natural
with contributions from Charles E. Cramer, Mary M. Shannon
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Benson Tatham Woodhead, Committee on Publication
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Frederick W. Boorer, Committee on Publication for the Province of Ontario, Canada,
For many years Christian Science...
Freda B. Alber
Words fail me to express my...
Christian Science has given me...
Lewis Charles Hubner
I feel it a duty and joy to add...
Charles William Weslay Lee
For many years I had been...
Margaret J. Lee
My heart is overflowing with...
Lily Louise Porter
Christian Science was first mentioned...
The Light of Christ
E. JOYCE MANN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from William Dawson, B. F. Hall, James Reid, Perry Rice, Fred A. Line