Dear Editor:— We have been enjoying with the loved ones in Boston the Communion time, and all its wondrous blessings. We have realized that there is no limitation in Spirit, for though the ocean rolls between us, the uplifting has come to us in great measure, and our meetings have shown the effect of it. Even though we did not see our beloved Mother face to face, her loving thought and message came to us, for our strengthening. She has told us in "Retrospection," that nothing but the student's own sin can separate one from her; and we are striving each day to make the veil thinner that seems to dim our vision.

You will be glad to know that the work goes on steadily. Almost every day brings new patients. I think nearly all the students have two or three patients, and some more than that. Each week brings new inquirers; and we have abundant evidence that the seed is taking root. We have just had a visit from a Methodist minister, who came to learn of Christian Science. He will spend the summer studying Science and Health, then will take the class lessons, and, I think, will join me in the work in Berlin this winter, reading with me, and also giving his time up entirely to the work. He is a good man, and I am grateful to God for raising up such a worker. He is German. Words cannot express my gratitude for the Journal and Sentinel. They are indeed heavenly messengers. God bless you. Frances Thurber Seal
Luttichau Strasse 26, Dresden, Germany, June 29, 1899.

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