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Footsteps Of His Flock(TM)-1915

Footsteps Of His Flock(TM)-1915

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  • ISBN-13: 9781475206616
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Release Date: Apr 21, 2012
  • Pages: 596 pages
  • Dimensions: 1.35 x 11.00 x 8.50 inches


“Footsteps Of His Flock™-1915” is a compilation of the Christian Science Monitors’ Home Forum Page Religious articles now in paperback books. Every year from 1914 to 1921 has been researched, typed, and printed and is now available to the public. THESE ARE THE ORIGINAL HOME FORUM PAGE ARTICLES that were originally published under the authority of Mary Baker Eddy’s 1898 Deed of Trust by the Trustees of the Christian Science Publishing Society—Herbert W. Eustace, William McKenzie and Thomas W. Hatten. The Editor was Frederick Dixon. The authors of the Christian Science Monitor’s Home Forum articles were never listed, although research found some of the authors to be: Herbert W. Eustace, Frederick Dixon, Joseph E. Johnston, Clarissa Hale, Gertrude LaMotte, Samuel Greenwood, Grace Wasson, Paul Harvey, Hugh Kennedy, Willard Mattox, and Augustus Paine. It is clear that the Home Forum Page articles were written by exceptional Christian Scientists. World War I started the previous year and so the Christian Science Publishing Society produced articles such as: “Infinite Protection”, “Protection Assured to Man”, “Not Peace, But a Sword”, “Protection”, “Freedom”, and Semper Paratus”—writings that are still contain wisdom for today’s world. “Scientific Process of Reversal”, “Thou Art of Purer Eyes to Behold Evil”, “Life’s Dominant Motive”, “Thou Hast No Enemies”, “Sheltered from The Storm”, “It Is Finished”, “The Veil of the Temple”, “As a Little Child”, “Human Progress”, “Neutralizing Evil”, “Mary and Martha”, “The Revelation of St. John”, “How Do We Know The Way”, The Right to Serve”, “The Oil and the Wine” and “And He Saw and Believed” are just a chosen few articles listed out of all of the outstanding articles produced during 1915. Also, there are several articles relating to the Beatitudes: “The Poor in Spirit”, “Blessed Are They That Mourn”, “Blessed Be The Meek”, “Merciful”, “Righteousness” “Reversing False Testimony” and the “Scientific Process of Reversal”. Compiled by Footsteps Of His Flock™ ©2003

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