A Letter to the Children

Pleasant View, Concord, N. H., December 27, 1900.
To the Sunday School Children.

Beloved Children:—It was very lovely in you to remember me on Christmas and send me a pretty pen tray. Among my rare gifts none seemed sweeter than thine. When I saw it I said in my heart I wish I could see those dear children, I wish I knew their sweet faces on the street that I might bow to them, and I hope sometime to see them at our Hall in Concord and address them there.

May the loving Christ still keep you, dear ones, in his arms, and give your young lives love, purity, peace, health, holiness—is the prayer of her who loves you.

Ever yours,
M. B. Eddy.

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