Work in the South

Dear Editor:—It was my earnest desire to communicate the contents of this letter to you in person while in Boston during our Great Feast, but your many duties and special engagements prevented my doing so. For the past nine months business has called me into the South, and my great desire to do something for the cause I so dearly love, prompted me to a special effort toward helping those in my territory who, like us all, are doing their best to serve God through Christian Science, as taught by our beloved Leader.

I am sure it will be interesting to you to hear from the South, where, with but few exceptions, Christian Science is little known. The work done by a few faithful ones in many places is indeed a beautiful testimony to their fidelity and trust in God.

Many of them have been taught by teachers who are far from them, and in many cases they are at a loss to know just how to proceed in organizing their churches and meeting the many efforts of error to hinder the progress of Truth.

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A Lesson from a Coin
July 6, 1899

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