economy of divine being is always in balance.
evening Jack's mother was preparing to attend the Wednesday evening testimony meeting in a Church of Christ, Scientist.
human experience the farmer must sow his seeds if he would reap the harvest.
which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and God requireth that which is past," we read in Ecclesiastes.
On September 5, 6, and 7 over seven hundred university students, faculty members, and advisers from more than two hundred different universities in England, Scotland, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Canada, and the United States gathered in the original edifice of The Mother Church to consider the mission of Christian Science college organizations, formed in accordance with Article XXIII, Section 8, of the Manual of The Mother Church by Mary Baker Eddy.
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Speaker: The view that we take toward our fellow men can make a great difference in our lives and others' as well.
During the first World War, I was stricken with influenza.
After ten years of sharing in the blessings which Christian Science brings, I feel I should like to testify to the healing power of this wonderful religion.
Early in her twelfth year my daughter developed what was apparently a serious condition of the lungs.
Our family has experienced many healings through the application of Christian Science.
I have had many proofs of God's constant care since my first testimony was published in the Sentinel of January 13, 1951, and I wish to express again my gratitude.
I have learned many lessons in Christian Science and have had some outstanding healings.
I want to express my sincere gratitude for the numerous healings and blessings I have received since I started the study of Christian Science many years ago.
My gratitude for Christian Science is boundless.
was the first ruler of the Roman Empire to proclaim himself a Christian.
An editorial in the Memphis [Tennessee] Press-Scimitar