In honest utterance of veritable history, and his own
21spiritual discernment, this man must have risen above worldly schemes, human theorems or hypotheses, to conclusions which reason too supine or misemployed
24cannot fasten upon. He spake inspired; he touched a tone of Truth that will continue to reverberate and renew its emphasis throughout the entire centuries, into the vast
WORDS OF COMMENDATION
Editor of The Christian Science Journal: — Permit me
3to say that your editorial in the August number is par excellence.
It is a digest of good manners, morals, methods, and
6means. It points to the scientific spiritual molecule, pearl, and pinnacle, that everybody needs. May the Christlikeness it reflects rest on the dear readers, and
9throw the light of penetration on the page; even as the dawn, kindling its glories in the east, lightens earth's landscape.
12I thank the contributors to The Christian Science Journal for their jewels of thought, so adapted to the hour, and without ill-humor or hyperbolic tumor. I
15was impressed by the articles entitled "The New Pas- tor," by Rev. Lanson P. Norcross, "The Lamp," by Walter Church, "The Temptation," a poem by J. J.
The field waves its white ensign, the reapers are strong, the rich sheaves are ripe, the storehouse is ready: pray
21ye therefore the God of harvest to send forth more laborers of the excellent sort, and garner the supplies for a world.
CHURCH AND SCHOOL
Humbly, and, as I believe, divinely directed, I hereby ordain the Bible, and "Science and Health with Key
27to the Scriptures," to be hereafter the only pastor of
1The Church of Christ, Scientist, throughout our land and in other lands.