Retrospective

The events of the past few days, beginning with our preliminary meetings of Saturday, June 3, and continuing to the close of the Wednesday evening meeting in Tremont Temple, have a deeper significance than we are now able to comprehend. They mean much for the cause; much to the workers in the Field, whether present or absent. The wave of Truth and spiritual power which went out as the result of this series of meetings will reach and encourage and uplift every laborer in the vineyard, however isolated or remorte from the headquarters and Lusier centres of the movement. Let each take courage therefrom, and press on with renewed zeal in the line of true Christian endeavor—healing the sick and saving the sinner.

We can speak from personal knowledge of the intensity of joy which welled up in our Mother's heart, as she beheld the great sea of faces her at Tremont Temple, radiant with love for her, to whom, through God, they are indebted for the blessings of this festal occasion.

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