Mrs. Knott writes, "That which was true 'when the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy,' is just as true today, and when we know it we can do no less than give utterance to our joy. To the Christian Scientist Truth's power is infinite and Truth's name is so sacred that it can never be taken in vain. It means no cold abstraction, no mere formula of the schools, it is God with us, Love with us, the Christ with us, forever declaring, 'All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth.' Those who cling to this declaration rejoice that Christian Science is obeying the command to 'teach all nations' the truth that makes free."
Mrs. Knott was an early student of Mary Baker Eddy who was appointed by Mrs. Eddy in 1898 to serve as one of two women on the first Christian Science Board of Lectureship. In 1903, she was called by Mrs. Eddy to serve as an editor of the Christian Science periodicals. In 1904, she was appointed by Mrs. Eddy to serve on the Christian Science Bible Lessons Committee, where she served until 1918. In 1919, Mrs. Knott was elected to the Christian Science Board of Directors, being the first woman to fill that office.
52 editorials from the "Christian Science Sentinel." Includes a biographical sketch. 109 pages.
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