Said a consecrated student to the writer: "Every Christian Scientist should visit Boston at least once.
Consecrated study and practice of the teachings of Christian Science regenerate human consciousness, whereby God, divine Principle, is found to be the essence of all true being.
One Sunday a young man complained in his Sunday School class of a constant feeling of tiredness and dullness.
Adherents of divine Truth are necessarily bold.
"Good watch prevents misfortune," says an old proverb.
Inquiries have been received from branch churches and societies, as well as college organizations, as to the times when announcements concerning admission of members to The Mother Church can best be read in their services.
A member who had been through a period of darkness and distress wrote, "I would have died had it not been for the church services, the Reading Rooms, and our periodicals, and except for the church organization as provided for in the Manual of The Mother Church these things would not be available to us.
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In a recent lecture given by our church the lecturer prompted new interest in the Reading Room.
To "give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name".
With sincere gratitude to God for the many blessings which I have received since learning of Christian Science, I write this testimony.
Recently I realized for the first time the import of that story of the ten lepers as recorded in Luke's Gospel, where but one returned to give thanks.
Very often we feel that if circumstances were different we would be better able to overcome the obstacles which beset our efforts to grow more spiritual.
"O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God!".
Having been blessed and comforted by reading the testimonies of healing in the Sentinel, I feel a great desire to share my experience, which in deepest sincerity I hope may prove a source of strength and courage to someone else.
I first heard of Christian Science in 1917 when I met a young student of this Science who had recently come to live in the village where I was working as the district nurse.
"Whatsoever things are true,.
I first heard of Christian Science in 1929 through friends, when I was under treatment in a sanatorium.
It was over thirty years ago that I had the following experience.
Kelly O'Neall in a column in the Denver Post, Colorado
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