The childlike thought receives Christ best.
Several years before World War II we acquired a magic lantern.
These gifts which come so readily from friends across the seaNot only meet a human need—they tell us lovinglyOf selfless thoughts expressed in deeds.
In daily experience no one likes to accept a substitute for the original product, yet this is just what mortals have done and are doing in regard to life and manhood.
One of the results of a belief in dualism, positive and negative forces, a divisible God, is the supposition of the absence of God, or good, and the consequent suppositional presence of evil, which presents itself in many and various forms.
The Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy, publishers of her books, announce the issuance of an album of three 12-inch records for the phonograph, containing brief readings from Mrs.
Convincing testimonies of Christian Science healing are welcome.
[From a Christian Scientist in England]
Christian Science has been my only physician for about sixteen years, and I am truly grateful for all the blessings that have come into my life through this wonderful study.
In the years that I have been interested in Christian Science I have witnessed many proofs of Truth's healing power.
I wish to express my gratitude for the blessings I have received through the application of the truth about man's relationship to God, as taught in Christian Science.
The Christian Science textbook has been in my home as long as I can remember.
"I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever," said Jesus.
We are grateful for protection from harm during the war, for over forty years of fruitful work in Christian Science, and for good health after years of sickness and loss before we found Science.
I thank God that He led me to Christian Science.
Behold, when men do seeWhat Love hath wrought in thee,How on thy face doth shineA radiance divine,How thou dost fill thy placeWith courage and with grace,Thy health and peace restoredThrough Christ, beloved, adored,Then will they seek to knowThat which hath blessed thee so.
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