To the mount of revelationI ascend, and feel Thy power,In the calmness and the stillnessOf the early morning hour.
The New Testament records, quite naturally, are replete with the sayings and doings of Christ Jesus.
Despite the tragedies of a global war, the loss of millions of mortals, the almost unbearable burdens imposed on millions of others, and the disarrangement of the life plans of a vast multitude, the future is bright with promise, filled with hope born of men's growing realization of the inevitable victory of the forces of good, God, over evil in the affairs of men.
"The secret place" is the title of a new vest pocket pamphlet which contains articles reprinted from the Christian Science periodicals especially interesting to the men and women in the armed services.
"This glad Easter morning witnesseth a risen Saviour, a higher human sense of Life and Love, which wipes away all tears.
In a recent issue appears a letter from "Student," commenting on the report of a recent lecture on Christian Science.
In a recent issue appears an erroneous reference concerning the teachings of the religion of Christian Science.
Only two newspaper articles during the past year seemed to justify a reply, and both corrections were published.
I can honestly say that Christian Science means more to me than any person or thing in the world.
Jesus said, "Ye are the light of the world.
I feel that the time has now arrived for me to send in this testimony.
I give this testimony with deep gratitude for all the blessings that I have received over a period of about thirty years.
In Matthew we read, "Freely ye have received, freely give," and Mrs.
I am very grateful for the many blessings which I have received through the study of Christian Science and for membership in The Mother Church and in a branch church.
I want to express my gratitude for Christian Science and for all it has done for me and mine during the last fifteen years.
Though I had known of Christian Science for many years, the time came for me to choose the way I should go.
From sadness turn, and thou shalt findLove, ever present, constant, kind:Love that is man's eternal LifeAbove the pain of human strife;Changeless, we are at one with HimWho knows no death, or vision dimOf those we thought had died: who givesThe understanding that man lives—Lives in eternal Truth, whose holdEmbraces all.
The beautifully illuminated edition of the poem, "Christ My Refuge" by Mary Baker Eddy, which has sold heretofore at $2.