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It is with a deep feeling of gratitude that I write these...
It is with a deep feeling of gratitude that I write these few lines to the Sentinel just to add my word of thanks for all the benefits I receive so continually. For some time I have felt that I ought to write and acknowledge the good I have received from Christian Science, and the help I always get from the Sentinel and Journal; but error has kept on whispering, "But you have nothing definite to write about." I have had no startling demonstrations. All my life I have been strong and well except for bad headaches occasionally which have almost entirely disappeared. I did not come to Christian Science for physical healing, but simply because I felt convinced of its Truth. Although it is some years now since I first heard of it, I feel I am only just beginning to see the Light which all the time is getting brighter and brighter. After all, the little demonstrations are just as important as the big ones, for if we are faithful over the little things, we shall be made ruler over the big ones, and it is only by way of small things that we can attain unto greater. When my little boy was born I had Christian Science treatment and received much benefit, not feeling ill and getting up in three days. Just lately I have been able to overcome entirely the fear of lack of means, for I know that God is the source of all supply, and that "Divine Love always has met, and always will meet, every human need" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures).
All the time it is a constant help and I wish publicly to express my love and gratitude to Mrs. Eddy for Christian Science, and to all those who so lovingly work to help others.—MAY L. HEARD, Hampshire, Eng.
Christian Science: the Gospel of Love A Lecture
BY WILLIAM P. McKENZIE.
A Song for the Twentieth Century
The Standard with contributions from JOHN RUSKIN
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
To whom it may Concern
MARY BAKER G. EDDY
The Greater Works
with contributions from C. L., I. F. LANGTON, A. W. HURD, GEORGE A. TRIER, ARTHUR W. HURD
with contributions from Livingston Mims, Henrietta E. Graybill, John Martin, John R. Thompson, E. D. CUTHERT
Among the Churches
with contributions from H. LINWOOD CAMPBELL, JANE E. ADAMS
In the Libraries
with contributions from JOHN WARNER KEYES, WILLIAMS PHILLIPPS, G. M. HARRIS
BY ISABEL WENTWORTH LEE.
I want to add my testimony to the many already given
with contributions from ERASMUS, H. G. WESTON, HORACE MANN, HENRY G. SPAULDING, F. W. ROBERTSON, MARTIN LUTHER, ROBERT W. WALLACE, LUCY LARCOM, BROOKS FOSS WESTCOTT