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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1912)
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Many in Red Cloud are now using
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Time Thursday and Friday, April
25 and 20th, 1012.
Places The court bouse at Red
Cloud, and the public school
building in Guide Rook, blue
Hill, Cowles, Inavale, Iiladen,
Gertrude L. Coon, Co. Supt.
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Uncle Pennywlae Says:
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'townlltlUi nmdrnlnr"ahhrtircesJ 'that
"Bhb'ha' lost' her trtirika. Th"hnu
will go on, however, as she had an
othor pair In her handbag. Courier
Writing on Finance.
An editor never feels more Impor
tant than when ho la writing an able
review of general financial conditions
and trying to make It sound as if be
had absoluto mastery of the subject
The Power of Prayer.
Tho seventy-second annual report of
Mullor'e Orphanage, at Bristol, for
which no appeal is ever made except
by prayer to Ood, shows that the In
como last year was nearly 86,000.
The Chief Leads-others follow. '
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( to be caught In a tit of passion
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Christian Science ....
Speaks For Itself
Royal D. Stearns of Lincoln
Replies to Rev. Bayne's
Article of April 11th.
Tin following loiter has boon re
ceived from ltoynl I). Htenrns or
Uncoln, Nobr., April 10, I Oil'.
Killtor The Chlcf:-
In your Issue of April lltli, you have
mi arlteto tainting toCliristiati Science
which I wish to explain. 1 wish to
say In advance that Christian Scientists
as a religious body never criticise tho
work or attitude of oilier icligloiis
bodies in their respective llelds of
labor, however much or little the
Christian Science body may dlller
front them in tho Interpretation and
application of the mm iptures to every
day life; Christian Scientists iculixu
nun 11 is noi iiirisunu ior mem ,10 ll
standards of merit for others; they
strictly follow the ndiiioulliou of tho
lllble, "Judge not."
Yotir Kov. erltlo Miys ''Paul never
regarded his work ns that of healing."
Paul doubtless regnrded IiIh work as
that comprehended In tho command of
Jesus to his adherents of all time, "To
preach the kingdom of God and to
heal tho sick." Paul did heal the
sick and raise tho dead1, ho overcome
the deadly effect of tho bite of the
poisonous viper, moreover lu Acts we
are told that, "God wrought special
miracles by the hands of Paul so that
the diseases of tho sick "departed from
them and the evil spirits went nut of
I am glad to notice that your critic
acknowledges that healing is success
fully done by Christian Scientists, the
proof however Is overwhelming that
tho healing of almost every known
human ailment Is being successfully
accomplished all over the ch Illoil
woild by the Christian Science method
and In tho larger percent ago of cases
after all lesottrces known to human
Hk ill ami scletieo have been resoi ted to
without success. Hut your critic at
ti Unites all healing to the application
of tlie "law of suggestion."
I wonder how the law of suggestion
could be applied in tho case whoie
,lo.ns healed the daughter of Jalrus,
and the ceiitui Ion's servant, and lu
other instances where he was absent
front the individuals healed. Hon
could Jesus raise the dead thioiigh
the application of imy "law of sug
gestion?" In the I'.-alins wo read that
"Cod sent his wonl mid liculcd thorn."
"I will heal all thy ill-eases anil for
give all thine iniquities." The prayer
of faith shall save tho sick.'' TI o
"olVcetual fei vent ptaj cr of I he right
eons man avuiloth much;" it. is the
right application of divluo principle
that heals the sick in all ellleient
christian healing. Jesus did not
claim personal pouor lo heal; He said
"my Father worketh hitherto and I
work. Tho Hon can do nothing of
himself but what ho sooth the Father
do. I can of mine ownsolf do nothing
tho Father that dwcllelh in me, he
tloeth the works " God is uuiversially
recognlzt-d by Christian Scientists as
tho only healer. It; the first bible ac
count of holding it is plainly stated
that "Abraham prayed unto God and
God healed Abim61eoh."
Your critic also finds fault with
Christian Scientists views concerning
sin. Christian Scientists do not deny
that sin and sickness constantly mani
fest themselves as prosent and real to
the human experience and seem very
real to the finite mltid It doos afllrm
however that to ''oil and tho truo or
spititual man, all sin, bIoIuicsn, pain,
etc , are unreal. This Is clearly in
accord with scriptural teaching and
cannot be changed by human philos
ophy. The IHble declares that God
created all that was made and "God
saw all that he had made and behold
it was very good. "That being un
deniable your critic has tho alterna
tive of saying either, sin and sickness
are good because God created, and
consequently real and indestructible,
or else they are not good, not real to
God, nor to the true man, and hence
can bo destroyed by the power of
God. The view Christian Scientists
tako accords with the statement Jesus
made, "I am not come to destroy but
to fulfull." Had Jesus entertained
the belief that God purposely as a
part of Ills scheme of creation sent
sin, sickness, etc., upon those who
came to him for help He certainly
would not have sought to chango their
physical conditions for "whatsoever
God doeth is done forever ' God is
without variableness or the shadow of
turning"; "the same yesterday,, today
Christian Scieuce takes away tho
belief in a God who sends trouble to
His children and gives In its place the
living knowledge of the God who
makes all the crooked ways straight
and all "the rough places plain." When
it is learned that God never "afflicts,''
but that our ignorance of God causes
all the trouble, we see our way out
philosophically; for the more we can
know of Him and the aore we bay of
Him, tho less wc have of tho difll
cultles that arise from not knowing
and obeying Him. Christian Science
teaches its adherents to seek God, love
Ills law; live the "rlghtness" Ho de
mands. In this better acquaintance
with God It promises that human
troubles and discords will disappear
lawfully and soientlllcally, for trouble
and discord are not In God, ndr of
Hint, nor can tlicy llvo whore His
commandments and laws aro obeyed.
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What He Saved.
Pathetic iia well as amusing la the
valedictory of a western editors
"With grateful acknowledgment to tny
friends and benediction upon tho pro
fession, I tnko my hat tho savings
of 17 years In tho newspaper field
D. D. Sanderson, M. D.
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