A Wednesday Evening Meeting

Hoopeston (Ill.) Herald

Last Wednesday seemed a time of special thanksgiving to those gathered in our "upper room." After the usual opening exercises, a selection from a recent number of the Christian Science Sentinel was read, which ended with these words : "There are some questions which it might be well to ask ourselves each day, and sometimes many times each day : 'Is pride in any measure or way affecting my life?' 'Am I honest?' 'Am I working only for the advancement of our Godly Cause?' 'Have I any other god than the one and only God?'"

After this followed the testimonies. One person spoke of having been healed of dyspepsia by Christian Science after spending many weary years in searching for relief in material remedies. He spoke of the certainty of the healing when the Divine law is followed, saying that this law must be studied, and as carefully followed as a rule in mathematics in order to gain a correct result. One might read many pages of his arithmetic, and gain no result, but if he carefully follows the rule given he will find the answer he seeks.

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