had just been promoted to the third grade, and felt very wise and brave; but there were some things which still bothered him in spite of feeling very grown up.
winds of God blow in,They sweep out false belief;Their healing currents winA conquest over grief.
thine heart from wickedness, that thou mayest be saved," said the prophet Jeremiah.
source of all true existence is invisible to the physical senses.
[As published in The Christian Science Monitor, September 9, 1944]
Pompton Lakes, New Jersey.
Freedom, already announced in terms of the Atlantic Charter and President Roosevelt's Four Freedoms, is now becoming articulate in the United Kingdom, also in a series of Government white papers, such as the Beveridge Report, the Uthwatt Report, and the Report on Youth Service, all presaging future legislation, and therefore calling for mental and spiritual vigilance.
[From the Christian Science Central War Relief Committee, United Kingdom]
I am very grateful to God for the help which Christian Science gave me when one of His Majesty's ships was torpedoed in the Atlantic at half past three one morning.
It is with deep gratitude to God that I testify to the healing of neuritis through Christian Science.
Over twenty years ago I was healed through Christian Science treatments of asthma and rheumatism.
In 1932, shortly after becoming a member of The Mother Church and of a branch church, my testimony was published in The Christian Science Journal.
That God knows the thoughts of the heart was proved to me very conclusively in the first months of my study of Christian Science.
When I first became interested in Christian Science; I had many quick healings.
It has been fifty-six years since I first heard the two words "Christian" and "Science" connected in their spiritual significance.
With gratitude I give the following testimony.
the man the Eternal has made,Joy is his portion and all unafraid,Reflecting God's beauty and wisdom and might,Heir of all grace in the kingdom of light,He lives as God lives, unhampered and free,Forever at one with the Deity!
Sir Stafford Cripps Public Opinion, London, England
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