Wednesday Evening Meeting at Chicago

At the Wednesday evening meeting [April 2], at the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, of Chicago, the leader read a greeting sent by the directors of the church to Mrs. Eddy on the Easter anniversary of the dedication of the church; recalling to her the loving message she had sent to the church the year before, and thanking her for the lately published revision of our text-book.

In his usual felicitous manner, the leader set forth the object of the Wednesday evening meetings. The world was seeking the way out from its condition of woe. Christian Science showed that way—the Way, the Truth, the Life. These meetings afforded an opportunity for those who had found it, to point it out to those who were seeking such a way, and help them to walk in it.

A gentleman testified that his wife had seemed doomed to years of invalidism—which the medical fraternity had finally pronounced to be helpless and hopeless. He had year after year, returned from business to his home vainly longing to see some change in her condition; but it never came until she was healed in Christian Science. Then all was changed. Joy and peace took the place of misery and contention, of murmuring and despair. The whole atmosphere of the home changed.

The Real Man
June 5, 1902

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