Testimonial Meeting at Cleveland, O.

At the regular Wednesday evening meeting of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Cleveland, O., September 11, 1901, the following testimonies were given entirely by members of the Grand Army, which was holding its annual national encampment in that city.

The first speaker said: "Friends, brothers and sisters of this church, of which I was recently a member, I bring you greetings from Detroit. I wish to tell you something of my experience since being away. I have been out as the Master sent the seventy. I have seen even devils subject unto the Truth through Christian Science. It is a great privilege to be with you to-night; it is a great privilege to be in Cleveland on this occasion. Here I have met men and women who knew me when I was a wreck physically, knew me when it was said that my time was short. To-day they find me in robust health. The opportunity has come to me to preach Christ, Truth, right here in this crowd. I had the pleasure of conversing with a physician to-day, who was glad to learn of Christian Science. The physicians are becoming friendly to Christian Science. All over the country we hear of their asking questions and being willing to do what they can in favor of Christian Science.

"Since I left here, it has been my privilege to be instrumental in restoring some who have been pronounced incurable. Two ladies in particular,—one has been healed of hereditary consumption. Now prosperity reigns, and she has a happy home and is presiding at her table. Another case was similar. I cannot be too grateful for what Christian Science has done and is doing for me."

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Millionaires of Cheerfulness.
November 21, 1901

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