Who Is Mary Baker Eddy?

"Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus:" Philippians 2 : 5

"The great difficulty lies in ignorance of what God is. God, Life, Truth, and Love make man undying. Immortal Mind, governing all, must be acknowledged as supreme in the physical realm, so-called, as well as in the spiritual." Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health, p 427

"Home is the dearest spot on earth, and it should be the centre, though not the boundary, of the affections." Mary Baker Eddy

"As Mary Baker Eddy, I am the weakest of mortals. As the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science I am the bone and sinew of the world" Mary Baker Eddy

"One could not be long in the presence of that great woman without realizing the remarkable efficiency with which she managed her affairs. Her daily program, three hundred and sixty-five days in the year, with which nothing was permitted to interfere, I well remember. Because of the regularity of her life and the orderly manner in which she...
I can assert with conviction that Mrs. Eddy's home was the only place where I ever saw perfectly consistent application of Scientific Demonstration in all matters. She made it a requirement that we must demonstrate all the material experiences of ordinary daily life and strive to see God back of everything, no matter how insignificant an incident...

During the summer of 1893, James Gilman visited Pleasant View often to work with Mrs. Eddy on her illustrated poem, Christ and Christmas. In Gilman's diary entry of Tuesday, August 8th he recounts "While she was sitting just at my right and a little behind, watching and suggesting as the changes were made in the picture, she said, after...

Students learned practical Christianity. "Everything that (Mrs. Eddy) said and did was a shining example of common sense." (Irving Tomlinson - 12 years with Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy.) She always adapted herself to the individual and spoke so simply so they could grasp her meaning. Like Paul once said, "I had rather speak 5 words of my...
One decision regarding the newspaper Mrs. Eddy did not leave to her officials was the name. Many tried to convince her that it was a handicap and a mistake. After several failed attempts to change her mind, Irving Tomlinson wrote of the final decision Mrs. Eddy gave to her editor, Alexander Dodds. "Mrs. Eddy is firm, and her answer is...

Mrs. Eddy's demonstration of this book included finding an artist whose thought was not only developed according to artistic standards, but who also possessed a spiritual tendency of thought through which she could work. He must be able to catch her inspiration in his brushmarks. Gilbert Carpenter, Introductory Critique, Recollections of Mary Baker...

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