A Word of Thanks

I Have received much benefit through Christian Science, and feel that nothing could induce me to give it up. My feelings are best expressed in the words of the Psalmist, "Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men!"

My thanks arise first to God for His great goodness in giving to this age such a Leader as we have in our beloved Mother, the Rev. Mary Baker Eddy, who is true to God and the mission which has been given her. Does she not deserve the love and gratitude of every one who has caught even one faint gleam of this great Truth? Should not each give to her the encouragement, love, and gratitude she deserves? And is not this best manifested in a life of loyalty and obedience to God in all the demands made upon us?

In my giving of thanks I must not forget our efficient Publishing Society, its able editors, and all connected with it. Much praise is due them for their noble work and labor of love. Many times when reading the Journal or the Sentinel have I been thankful indeed for the pure, loving, Christlike attitude manifested therein, giving to the world a higher, holier, truer sense of man's duty to his fellowman. It has been an incentive to me to strive more earnestly to "let this mind be in me [you], which was also in Christ Jesus."

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Testimony of Healing
Testimony of a Dentist
February 22, 1900

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