An Impression Received from the Message

The Leader

It does not matter what the attitude may be toward the questions which make the foundations of Christian Science, no thoughtful, studious person can thoughtfully read Mrs. Eddy's address, read at the Communion service in Boston three weeks ago, without being impressed with its clearness and power. The membership of the Mother Church now numbers nearly twenty-five thousand, each resembling the root of the oak, so firmly welded are they in the soil of the new-old faith, and such an address, delivered to such a flock of disciples, must have a positive effect or we are no judge of even material law, to say nothing of the metaphysical or abstruse. It is a growing force and, believed in or not, is something not to be brushed away with a wave of the hand or puff of breath.—The Leader, Charlotte, Mich.

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St. John, N. B.
August 7, 1902

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