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We as Christian Scientists have such happy surprises along the way that it is well now and then to enumerate them for our own growth and perhaps for the encouragement of others.
In Science, we go to work, as we term it, to right a seeming wrong for ourselves or others, or to bring harmony out of discord. We may and should so give ourselves to the doing of that which is the Christ work that we lose sight of the future results in the consecrated application of that work, until suddenly we awaken to the fact that we are already the happy possessor of the thing desired.
From my earliest recollections, my fancy has pictured a "beautiful home all libraries," where I might revel in the choicest literature, the results of the best minds. This significant fact also comes to me, that my tendency always to have at hand a text-book has led me to many efforts, one of which I will mention.
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Christian Science not a Faith Cure
L. H. Jones
"Shall Christian Scientists be Persecuted?"
J. F. M'Camant
Punish Less and Reform More
Charles M. Skinner
Dr. Mitchell's Sage Advice
John K. Mitchell
Let us ever remember that our interest is in concord...
with contributions from James Whitcomb Riley, Charles B. Jamieson
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Spead vs. Tomlinson
Editor with contributions from Streeter, Hollis
Among the Churches
with contributions from E. A. S., G. B., Myron G. Marsh, Lucy L. Gwalter, C. H. Fahnestock, Ida E. Nixon, L. L. T
The Wall of Self
Edward C. Butler
BY J. H. J.
BY BERTHA L. RICE.
God's Way is Good
BY HERBERT S. FULLER.
Consider the Roses
BY ANNIE MARIE BLISS.
D. E. Jackson
with contributions from Henry Drummond, Edward Everett Hale