The American squadron on the European station is to be at Kiel, Germany, during the whole of regatta week, June 23 to June 30.
Having had almost continuous consciousness of health during seven years of Christian Science experience, and therefore so few demonstrations over physical errors to give, and yet desiring to add my mite to the support of our periodicals, it has become clear that the expression of an awakened and regenerated thought, is a contribution; also that as it is not difficult for a plant, nourished by the sun and dews of heaven, to bud, expand its blossoms, and throw open its heart laden with fragrance to a waiting world; so the Christian Scientist, nourished by his daily food of truth, should find no difficulty in giving to a waiting world the results of daily growth, fragrant with the perfume of Love.
In our first steps in Christian Science much seemed to depend on the miracle to keep us established in faith.
As one who has been greatly helped lately by learning the lesson of obedience in Christian Science I would like to relate somewhat of my experience, in the hope that it may aid others even as I have been aided.
The world has had, in this age, a message,—a message which adds nothing to the Christianity of Christ, takes nothing from it, but one which so interprets the life–work of the Master that to the Christianity of the people an immeasurable degree of the knowledge of God is added and a weight of doubt and fear and misery is taken away.
I should like to express my deep and long-felt gratitude to our Leader, Mrs.